As part of my working-from-home routine during this era of coronavirus lockdown, I do a daily two-mile trek that takes me through the center of Haddonfield, NJ. There's not a lot to see there now with everything closed, so, to add some interest, I began to search out the town's various public sculptures. The borough developed an appreciation for large-scale public art back in 2001 when it kicked off a two-year project to create a life-size sculpture of the historic dinosaur whose fossil was discovered here in 1858. After that bronze creature took its place at the center of town, other sculptures began to appear and in 2013, the Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) was formed to take a more systematic approach to making Haddonfield its own kind of unique sculpture garden. Today, the main road from the nearby Jersey Turnpike and Interstate highway enters Haddonfield through a traffic circle featuring this soaring bronze dancer. Called "Ballerina," it was created by sculptor Barry Woods-Johnson who was inspired by a dancer he saw in a theater play in the 1960s.