Pumpkins Get Crazy Faces Thanks to Sculptor

Michael Natiello uses 100,000 pounds of pumpkins in his illuminated art installation.
3:00 | 10/12/12

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This is all about art creativity and allow for Halloween and at -- of this project a sculptor who has come face to face with a pumpkin curtail. -- -- are occurring as a kid. Fifth graders and since then Michael -- -- has higher fifteen punk kids make that a few thousand pumpkins it's really no different than working and plaster or marble -- -- -- at the trying to achieve eerily lifelike results. Imagine what all of. I'd like to think evidence the land art installation that has a lot of pop -- sensibility to it. Blaze as it's called attracts about 4000 visitors and night they come to see -- more than 5000 Jacko lantern -- give van Cortland manor. A warm. -- -- there's about that's about a 120 probably out here just in the -- alone rob Schweitzer says visitors walk -- nine acres to see all the -- -- installations dinosaurs. A doomsday clock us -- to name a few. The property once belonged to Joanna and Pierre van Cortland he was the former lieutenant governor of New York State he was -- clever guy and I think it would have been Jordan. At play is they go throughout thousand pounds of punk kids and each -- is carved with care. I tend to think that each pumpkin already has some some kind of face and it's. And have a little sinister -- just just because it's Halloween this but -- making a happy face. And that face in all the others make for eight. -- -- It feels good. To make other people happy -- it to have them. Maybe escape from reality for May be only an hour it's just worth -- for that alone. By the way as you might imagine a lot of -- in -- is carved out in the process will gets made -- highs the -- arrested and what ever else is left is turned into fertilizer.

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