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A crew installs the sculpture Monochrome II by Nancy Rubins on June 7 on the North Forest Trail at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. The sculpture is fabricated from aluminum canoes and jon boats.

PHOTO BY Ben Goff
A crew installs the sculpture Monochrome II by Nancy Rubins on June 7 on the North Forest Trail at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. The sculpture is fabricated from aluminum canoes and jon boats.

CANOES PROVIDE PIECE'S FINAL PUZZLE

premiumArtist at helm of boat project

BENTONVILLE -- Wild Bill's got an urgent call for old aluminum canoes. Artist Nancy Rubins needed five more to finish Monochrome II, her sculpture on the grounds of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. It's a gravity-defying conglomeration of about 70 aluminum boats. "They called me Sunday kind o...

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On a recent visit to Saul’s Minnow Farm in DeValls Bluff, I watched as workers in waders pulled long seines through the facility’s ponds to catch some rather unusual baitfish. Often called pink minnows, or rosy reds, these little fish glow with a shiny, almost-fluorescent, reddish-orange hue. Their coloration resembles that of goldfish, while regular ...

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When Dale Smith-Gilleran introduces himself, one of the first things people usually ask him is, “Are you Tommy’s son?” And he tells them, “Yes, I am.”

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