Missing steel sculpture is found undamaged


June 05, 2008|By Annie Linskey

The 6-foot-high steel sculpture that disappeared from Baltimore Clayworks in Mount Washington last weekend was found yesterday morning, according to Ann Hazels, the events coordinator for the studio.

The sculpture was undamaged and resting about a block from the art studio, at the Johns Hopkins University's Mount Washington campus, 5801 Smith Ave., Hazels said.

"Someone moved it as a prank," said Hazels, adding that she was guessing. In an e-mail announcing that the piece was found and not damaged, she wrote, "Oh Happy day!"

She had filed a police report Tuesday. The sculpture, called Mudhead, is to be used in an exercise for students this weekend.

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