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Philip Haas's Four Season Sculptures for the New York Botanical Gardens

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It can sometimes be tricky to tell the seasons apart, so renowned artist Philip Haas has made it easy for us. His exhibition entitled Four Seasons includes four large sculptures depicting Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn. Inspired by the Renaissance-era work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Haas has morphed classic portraits into larger-than-life 3D representations. The sculptures are made from plants and other organic material that is truthful to each season. They will stand 15 feet tall in the New York Botanical Gardens from May 18 to October 27, 2013.

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