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WAUSAU (WAOW) -
Wausau's Woodson Art Museum is installing seven new sculptures to its outdoor sculpture garden.
Museum leaders said the bronze sculptures include a dog, a frog, and a cougar.
Six of the sculptures are created by artist Gywnn Murrill.
Organizers said the museum will keep the sculptures for as long as a year and they'll be visible even through the winter.
Leaders said it's an exciting addition to the garden.
"You've got this wonderful sculpture gallery where people can meander on the paved walks and sit down and have a lunch if they want and just absorb the atmosphere," said Museum Curator of Exhibitions, Andy McGivern.
The sculptures will be installed during this summer.
Organizers said one sculpture will remain in Wausau.
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