Sculpture delights at Naples school

Sculptures that tell the story of Naples, the product of two years of design and creation, now fill the atrium in the Naples Junior/Senior High School. Artist Darryl Abraham recently completed the work he began in 2014 when the district commissioned the art for its new wing in junior/senior high.

The eight 10-by-10-foot panels weighing in about 200 pounds each – weighed on the scale at neighboring winery Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars – went up over Christmas break with help from a number of folks.

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