GARDINER — The “Art in the Park” program, entering its fifth year, features a grouping of sculptures by artist Anne Alexander. The sculpture is on view in Johnson Park on Water Street, and will be displayed through October. Anne Alexander’s sculptures are carved from logs using power tools such as chainsaw, pneumatic carving tools, and grinders.

“Art in the Park” is provided by a grant from the Harry Faust art Fund and is supported by the City of Gardiner, Gardiner Main Street and the Maine Arts Commission.

Harry Faust was a creative photographer and avid supporter of arts in local communities. He owned The Framemakers in Waterville, and upon his death, he left funds to support art in communities. Gardiner was one of the beneficiaries of five years of support through the Harry Faust Art Fund.

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