Damien Watel unveils fork censorship wall at Ciel Plaza in San Antonio

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Today, owner, chef, and developer of Ciel Plaza on Stone Oak Parkway in north San Antonio, Damien Watel (above), unveiled the censorship wall for the Gilbert Duran Fork sculpture. Damien commissioned the sculpture after opening Ciel Plaza, which features his two newest restaurants, Ciel and Ciao 2.

The work of art has been unduly censored by the Stone Oak Property Owners Association, who forced Damien to block the view of piece from the road.

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The wall (above) was completed a few days ago and was painted today by construction workers before Damien added the final touch: a red silhouette of the fork, reminiscent, he noted, of a devil’s pitchfork.

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Mosaic Wine Group’s marketing department was there on the scene to bring you live coverage!

One response to “Damien Watel unveils fork censorship wall at Ciel Plaza in San Antonio

  1. Pingback: Damien Vatel unveils wall veiling Duran Fork Sculpture at Ciel Plaza « Vatel

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