Olympic National Park visitors wander among an art installation of silhouetted aluminum Roosevelt elk on the front lawn of the Port Angeles visitor center on Thursday. The installation, “Conservation from Here” by Arlington-based artist Joseph Rossano, consists of about 130 elk scattered across the lawn and was produced in cooperation with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. A smaller “herd” is also on display at the Hoh visitor center. The sculptures are scheduled to be in place through Labor Day. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Olympic National Park visitors wander among an art installation of silhouetted aluminum Roosevelt elk on the front lawn of the Port Angeles visitor center on Thursday. The installation, “Conservation from Here” by Arlington-based artist Joseph Rossano, consists of about 130 elk scattered across the lawn and was produced in cooperation with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center. A smaller “herd” is also on display at the Hoh visitor center. The sculptures are scheduled to be in place through Labor Day. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Aluminum elk

Olympic National Park visitors wander among an art installation of silhouetted aluminum Roosevelt elk on the front lawn of the Port Angeles visitor center on Thursday.

The installation, “Conservation from Here” by Arlington-based artist Joseph Rossano, consists of about 130 elk scattered across the lawn and was produced in cooperation with the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center.

A smaller “herd” is also on display at the Hoh visitor center. The sculptures are scheduled to be in place through Labor Day.

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