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    Samuel Engelking

    Over 19 days in September, Thelia Sanders-Shelton and Julie Ryan created a 25-foot androgynous figure out of driftwood at Humber Bay Shores Park. Called El Corazon (“the heart” in Spanish), the sculpture is located directly south of the Green P parking lot at the intersection of Marine Parade and Waterfront Drive. The duo built it without city permits after the positive public response they received to another unsanctioned art project, a driftwood sign spelling out Toronto.