Cary News

June 9, 2012 6:00 PM

Knight uses ‘handyman’ skills to sculpt masterpieces

For the past three years, eighth-graders at Dillard Drive Middle School get to enjoy Keith Knight’s sculptures at their graduation dance. This year, his large Statue of Liberty constructed of Styrofoam, wood and fabric held court as students enjoyed the New York-themed dance on June 1.

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