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"The Snow Queen," an 18-month labor of love by Sculptor Hellen Heaven, left the Business of Art Center Tuesday, June 19, for its final destination, a resort in Utah. Heaven estimates that she spent approximately 3000 hours creating this larger-than-life-size piece. (Indy readers may remember that Heaven was profiled in these pages a year ago last week. See www.csindy.com/csindy/2000-06-15/smalltalk.html  Heaven characterized the work as difficult and demanding. What are her plans now? Shes going technical rock climbing.  John Hazlehurst - HELLEN HEAVEN
  • Hellen Heaven
  • "The Snow Queen," an 18-month labor of love by Sculptor Hellen Heaven, left the Business of Art Center Tuesday, June 19, for its final destination, a resort in Utah. Heaven estimates that she spent approximately 3000 hours creating this larger-than-life-size piece. (Indy readers may remember that Heaven was profiled in these pages a year ago last week. See www.csindy.com/csindy/2000-06-15/smalltalk.html Heaven characterized the work as difficult and demanding. What are her plans now? Shes going technical rock climbing. John Hazlehurst

The Independent seeks compelling images for InSight, our new weekly photographic feature. Entries may be submitted electronically or by mail, and need to be at least 5" x 7". Electronic images must be at least 200 lines per inch in a jpeg or tiff format and should be emailed to art@csindy.com (please include "InSight submission" in subject line). Prints or disks may be mailed to The Colorado Springs Independent, 121 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Suite 455, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, attn. Art Director. (Include a s.a.s.e. if you would like it returned.) Please include some basic biographical information (your name, age, address, etc.), as well as a short caption explaining the content of the photograph or how it was taken.

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