Today at CPL — October 11, 2010
What better place than a library for a sculpture called The Storyteller? The Storyteller, created by Canton resident and nationally known sculptor Joseph DeLauro, was commissioned by the Canton Community Arts Council and officially unveiled on February 16, 1992. The 26-inch high bronze piece depicts a Native American storyteller in a casual pose, inviting, as do many of DeLauro's works, interaction with the piece. The sculpture can be seen at the east end of the library. Another of DeLauro's pieces, Bedtime Story, hangs behind the Reception Desk.