It's been a steep climb, but the Waterbury Rail Art Project is nearing completion. Randolph artist Phil Godenschwager takes us behind the scenes
Phil Godenschwager puts the finishing touches on a 57-foot sculpture that will be installed on the side of a railroad bridge at the north entrance to Waterbury, Vermont. A locomotive engine pulls a procession of cars in the shape of Waterbury architectural landmarks; the sculpture will be backlit, silhouetting the train in a soft glow. (Read more at Flipper's Waterbury Rail Art Project on DailyUV.com.) Phil's studio is housed in the old Tewksbury's Store at the corner of Main and Weston in downtown Randolph. To see more of his work, visit philgodenschwager.com.