Sally Award winners include Eagan art park founder Anthony Caponi

  • Article by: Rohan Preston , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 9, 2013 - 6:03 AM

Anthony Caponi, the sculptor and retired Macalester College art professor who founded Caponi Art Park in Eagan in 1987, is one of the winners of the 21st annual Sally Awards. Caponi, who also is an environmentalist and writer, was honored Monday night in St. Paul for his commitment, one of five categories in the awards named for philanthropist and civic leader Sally Ordway Irvine.

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theartsfanApr. 10, 13 3:30 PM

There are a few errors in your story. 1. That image is not Noel Raymond. 2. Why didn't you include a picture of David Fraher in print or online? Seems a little unfair.

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theartsfanApr. 10, 13 3:31 PM

There are a few errors in your story. 1. That image is not Noel Raymond. 2. Why didn't you include a picture of David Fraher in print or online? Seems a little unfair.

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