Oliphant's Sculpture

— Joshua Levs of member station WABE reports from Atlanta on the current exhibit of sculpture by Patrick Oliphant, who's best known for his editorial cartoons, which are carried by 450 daily newspapers. Oliphant came to the United States from Australia in 1964 and has become one of America's favorite political cartoonists. [The sculpture exhibit is called `Seven Presidents: The Art of Patrick Oliphant,' and is currently at the Jimmy Carter Museum in Atlanta.]

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