My Favorite Place: Grandpop’s Sculpture Garden

 

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Meredith Nutting is a freelance filmmaker originally from the DC Metro Area. Since finishing her Biology/Studio Art degree at Bates College she has worked on film productions for National Geographic, History Channel and Animal Planet.



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  1. Jared Brimfield

    That’s awesome. Is it accessible to the public? It would be great to see in person.

  2. Hi there. It’s a great place and can be seen anytime, right on Frankford Ave in Fishtown (in the 1300 block). Not really open to the public, yet. We’re working on it! All the best, Heather

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