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Courthouse Fountain Replacement

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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New sandstone pieces arrive at the Santa Barbara Courthouse as part of the complete replacement of the current water fountain sculpture.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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New sandstone pieces arrive at the Santa Barbara Courthouse as part of the complete replacement of the current water fountain sculpture.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The delivery of the sandstone closed one lane on Anacapa Street from 6-9 a.m. on Monday. Overseeing the project was (right) Robert Ooley, Santa Barbara County Architect; Rodney Baker, Courthouse Docent Project Chair (left); and Maggy Cara, courthouse docent (center)

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The delivery of the sandstone closed one lane on Anacapa Street from 6-9 a.m. on Monday. Overseeing the project was (right) Robert Ooley, Santa Barbara County Architect; Rodney Baker, Courthouse Docent Project Chair (left); and Maggy Cara, courthouse docent (center)

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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The new fountain statue, to be an exact replica of the old, will be sculpted in using the same "point" technique as the original. The sandstone block is roughed out to a general shape and then points are drilled to exact depths so the sculptor(s) knows when to stop. Original drill points can be seen in areas of the current statue.

Published on Dec. 3, 2010

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