Ellsworth American reports sculpture to be installed at Diagnostic Laboratory

The Ellsworth American reported a 23,000-pound stone sculpture was to be installed at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Diagnostic and Research Laboratory on Nov. 29. The sculpture, titled “Bio Spheres,” was created by Steuben-based Japanese sculptor Kazumi Hoshino, who was chosen to create the piece through the Maine Arts Commission’s Percent for Art Program, according to the article.