Birds and fish soar and swim at library

Mobile artist Bradford Robinson (with Norfolk Library art committee Chairman Kristin Mudge) has a show of his work including “Coral Reef,” above, at the Norfolk Library. Photo by Shaw Israel Izikson

NORFOLK — Robinson is a biologist who lives in Windsor. The show includes mobiles designed to look like birds and marine life. They include a red rooster, a blue hummingbird, a golden eagle.

Most of the pieces on display at the library are made of metal, but one (designed to look like a whale) is made entirely of wood and hangs from the ceiling. “Coral Reef,” which features marine animals, perches above a fireplace in the library.

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