Dimensions: 10′ x 3′ x 2′ Year Completed: 1939 Material: Marble Owner: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
About the artist:
A designer of the Sarah Lee doll, a graphics artists of woodcuts, and a sculptor and painter, Sheila Burlingame was born in Lyons, Kansas, and settled in New York City. She also spent much time in Provincetown, Massachusetts. She created numerous reliefs for churches in Missouri, Colorado, Montana, and Arkansas.
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