Vandals defaced a sculpture of a wooden carousel horse by artist Phil Murdock. They also gouged the eye of a wooden unicorn sculpture, also by Phil Murdock. Below, a tearful Deborah Heintz, director of the Center for the Arts, comments on the artwork that was vandalized.
Vandals defaced a sculpture of a wooden carousel horse by artist Phil Murdock. They also gouged the eye of a wooden unicorn sculpture, also by Phil Murdock. Below, a tearful Deborah Heintz, director of the Center for the Arts, comments on the artwork that was vandalized.
Vandals defaced a sculpture of a wooden carousel horse by artist Phil Murdock. They also gouged the eye of a wooden unicorn sculpture, also by Phil Murdock. Below, a tearful Deborah Heintz, director of the Center for the Arts, comments on the artwork that was vandalized.

Vandals strike Rock Hill arts center

January 09, 2008 12:17 AM

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