CLOSTER, N.J. -- The Closter Public Library announced recently that two new sculptures have been installed on its grounds.
“The Sentinel” by Natalie Frier and “Ode to Life” by Ulla Novina were placed at the end of July, and are on display for public view in the library’s sculpture garden. Frier and Novina are both from Harrington Park. The library stated the new works not only enhance the aesthetics of the library, but continue a rich tradition of sculpture.
The project was funded by the Belskie Museum with a grant from the John and Dorothy Caples Fund. According to the library, notable sculptors who have trained and worked in Closter include J. Massey Rhind, Robert Alexander Baillie, Abram Belskie and Marcel Jovine.
The Closter Public Library and the Belskie Museum are at 280 High St. in Closter.