Gustave getting ready for fall

By Gordon Lambie

Although the Thanksgiving weekend was the original planned end-date for the city of Sherbrooke’s “Art et Mosaic” living sculptures circuit, Sherbrooke’s Horticulture Director Benoit Lemire told The Record several of the “mosaiculture” sculptures are likely to hang around into the fall. While several of the more mobile living sculptures in the city, such as the “rubber duck” that was located at Jacques-Cartier Park, will gradually be put away over the weeks leading up to the end of October, Lemire said the public has not seen the last of the living artworks yet. See full story in the Friday, Oct. 11 edition of The Record.


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