Ed Benavente Sells Beacon 3D Sculpture

Substitute in place until replacement is finished

Beacon 3D congratulates Ed Benavente on the sale of his sculpture, The Tools of Mass Consumption, 2015, which was, up until Monday, Aug. 17, situated in front of Café Amarcord, 276 Main St. in Beacon, as one of the 20 sculptures in Beacon 3D 2015.

Ed Benavente and his sculpture, "The Tools of Mass Consumption", at Café Amarcord earlier this year (Photo courtesy of Beacon 3D)

Ed Benavente and his sculpture, ”The Tools of Mass Consumption”, at Café Amarcord earlier this year (Photo courtesy of Beacon 3D)

The sculpture was recently purchased for a corporate collection in Texas and is en route to its new home. The sculpture is No. 2 in a limited edition of three. Benavente has installed his sculpture Getting Somewhere, 2014, in its place until he can finish and install The Tools of Mass Consumption No. 3.

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