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Recent visitors to Puffin have been asking about the excavation site in the Puffin Sculpture Garden. We are pleased to announce that a new sculpture honoring the extraordinary life of activist-folk singer Pete Seeger will soon arrive. This major work, commissioned by the Puffin Foundation has been created by renowned sculptor Gary Sussman (pictured above with his son in front of the site for the sculpture.) We are proud to pay homage to Seeger's incredible life and the causes he championed in this work. For those wondering about the epic sculpture "The Warrior of Cadmus" by Stan Marcus that was previously in this location, don't fret. The piece will soon find a new home nearby in the park!


Gary Sussman and his son Spencer.