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Real Estate Simon and The Shops at Clearfork unveil 'Think Big' sculpture

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Simon and The Shops at Clearfork are thinking big.

Simon and Cassco Development Co. have unveiled “Think Big,” a sculpture previously on display in various public spaces throughout Manhattan. The 12-foot tall bronze sculpture depicts a towering businessman gazing upward at the skyline, contemplating the possibilities that lay within his vast surroundings.

Originally exhibited in New York City, Utah-based artist Jim Rennert’s sculpture, “Think Big”, aims to remind its audience that the American Dream is very much alive and available to all who seek it. Having had a challenging career in business, Rennert made the decision to take on a new career as an artist over 20 years ago. Over those years, his positive thinking, which is evident in the subjects of his sculptures, has helped him to succeed as an artist and gain the attention of collectors worldwide. Rennert hopes “Think Big” will serve as inspiration for all of those who see it to work hard and accomplish dreams of their own.

“We are thrilled to provide the community an opportunity to connect with this impactful work of art,” said Monica Esparza, director of Marketing and Business Development. “The monumental sculpture is a spectacular addition to The Shops at Clearfork’s signature art collection and a nod to Fort Worth’s rich culture and entrepreneurial spirit.”

Open for public viewing during center hours, “Think Big” will reside in The Shops at Clearfork’s greenspace between Edwards Ranch Road and Ozana Avenue through late 2019. Onlookers are encouraged to take pictures and share on social media using the hashtag #DoYouThinkBig.

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