The Brighton District library and The Sauvé Art Foundation have a long tradition of exhibiting public sculpture. The Sauvé Art Foundation has been setting up exhibits with noted sculptors for 10 years. The most recent collaboration at the library featured artwork from Marshall Fredericks and his daughter, Rosalind Fredericks-Rymal. Marshall Fredericks is best known for "The Spirit of Detroit," as well as the 33-foot bronze sculpture of the “Black Elk” which now resides in a private collection. This is a rare opportunity to see the objet d'art for “Black Elk” and the only time that Father and Daughter have shown their work together.