‘Red Wing’ Sculpture Moved to New Home in Scranton

SCRANTON, Pa. -- A sculpture that dressed Scranton's Courthouse Square for decades has a new home and a new look.

"Red Wing," made by the late Hope Cumming Horn, now stands proudly outside the Everhart Museum in Scranton's Nay Aug Park.

The sculpture was refinished by iron artists over the summer after it was removed from the square.

County officials thought it was becoming a hazard downtown and that it could be better appreciated in its new location.

2 comments

  • savescrantonhistory

    OK. So whose brother, uncle, cousin, nephew needed some extra money this time? Personally I think some of the “art” that graces our public spaces (including the rail trail) are ugly as sin and should be in Uncle Louie’s Mount Trashmore.

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