Friday May 25 2012 comments Sculpture Park mosaics unveiled By: By Anne Stokes, special to the Press Tribune -A +A Photo by Anne StokesRoseville families gather at Sculpture Park to celebrate the unveiling of the new mosaic artwork that replaced the stolen bronze plaques previously mounted there. Photo by Anne StokesRoseville Boy Scout Tyler Tate, 14, thanks supporters at the Sculpture Park dedication ceremony on Thursday afternoon. Tyler organized a public art project to revitalize the park and earn his Eagle Scout rank. Photo by Anne StokesAubrey Smith-Strauch of Roseville, 10, poses with her original artwork and its mosaic copy now on display at Sculpture Park during a dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon. Photo by Anne StokesRoseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci, left, and Blue Line Gallery CEO Julie Hirota offer the ceremonial ribbon cutter to Roseville Boy Scout Tyler Tate, 14, at Sculpture Park on Thursday afternoon. Tyler led a public work project to revitalize the park. Photo by Anne StokesDustin Firestone of Roseville, 10, shows off his original artwork submission, ?Flower in the Sunset,? and its permanent mosaic version at Sculpture Park during a dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon. Photo by Anne StokesRoseville Mayor Pauline Roccucci addresses the crowd at Sculpture Park during a dedication ceremony of a new public art project on Thursday afternoon.