“Crack the Whip,” a collection of eight children running in a semi-circle to play the game. “Crack the Whip” was the first of Sunset Hills’ sculptures, dedicated in 1983. The sculpture, "If we open our eyes, life is marvelous," says Johnson. children at play, are artfully placed throughout the 42-acre sculpture park. Titled Crack the Whip, it was created by sculptor Seward Johnson in 1984.
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