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Various sculptures in the Main Gallery of the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum following their installation

Mrs. Dorothy (Honey) Arbury studied with Fredericks when she attended Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in the 1930s. She met him through her uncle, Alden B. Dow, a prominent architect in Midland, Michigan, with whom Fredericks worked on architectural sculpture projects. In 1963, Mrs. Arbury was…

Children surround a small-scale bronze "Two Bears" dressed in a cape and hat in the Children's Garden at Quarton School

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

"Two Bears" at the Sterling Heights Public Library

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

Children pose with "Two Bears" at the Sterling Heights Public Library

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

A group of children on "Two Bears" at the Sterling Heights Public Library

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

Side view of "Two Bears" at Lincoln Square

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

"Two Bears" at Lincoln Square

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

Leveling "Two Bears" at Interlochen Center for the Arts

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

Bronze full-scale "Two Bears" at Interlochen Center for the Arts

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…

Rear view of "Two Bears" at Interlochen Center for the Arts

In this sculpture, a large brown and small black bear sit back to back in quiet thought. Although in nature these two animals are enemies, Fredericks portrays the two in a gentle humanistic way, stressing tolerance.

Notice the differences in the bears’ ears and noses. Also if you look closely at the small bear’s knees you will notice a…