Norvin’s Beloved ‘Silver Bears’ Sculpture Part of Connecticut Public Art Exhibition

Morris Norvin's beloved sculpture of two silver bears is actually called The Discarded. It's been seen around Jamaica Plain through the years, and this summer it migrated to Connecticut to participate in a public art exhibition. The Discarded is one of seven Norvin sculptures participating in the Art Collective in Stamford Downtown through August. There are 34 sculptures in the rolling exhibition on streets and parks in Stamford. Being named The Discarded is apropos to Norvin's style of art.