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Making An American Monument: An Epic Journey In Bronze

55 minutes

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This documentary chronicles the work of three world renowned sculptors over a period of 11 years as they create one of the world's largest installations of bronze sculptures. From conception to installation, the film provides a behind-the-scenes' perspective from artists Kent Ullberg, Blair Buswell, and Ed Fraughton as they complete the larger-than-life project stretching over four city blocks in Omaha, Nebraska. The sculpture depicts a pioneer wagon train and the wildlife of the Great Plains.

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