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Dan Davidson, Museum of Northwest Colorado director, points to a sculpture of a panther, being featured in an upcoming exhibit. The work, titled "Stalking Panther," was sculpted in 1893 by Alexander Phimister Proctor, a nationally recognized artist whose art school education was funded by Craig's namesake, William Bayard Craig.

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Museum plans new sculptor exhibit

Although not typically seen as an artist's mecca, Northwest Colorado helped shape the life and work of at least one nationally recognized sculptor.


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