Michigan robot sculpture created by Pennsylvanian artist

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(WTAJ) — A Pennsylvanian artist is making headlines after his art was commissioned by a company in Michigan.

Bill Secunda of Butler had the opportunity to create the colossal sculpture. Standing at thirty feet high and weighing in at ten-thousand pounds, this robot sculpture was created from old train parts and now stands at a ski hill in Marquette, Michigan.

Secunda’s no stranger to sculpting. He’s tried his hand at many different artworks most of which he shows off on his Instagram page.

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