Walk-N-Wander Warsaw is a free outdoor sculpture exhibit available to visit daily through Sept. 28.
A photograph contest has been announced in conjunction with the sculptures.
Sixteen life-like bronze statues created by American sculptor Seward Johnson continue to animate the streets and sidewalks of downtown Warsaw.  
Johnson is widely known for his sculptures depicting people engaged in everyday activities. The sculptures often lead passers-by to take a second glance, and spectators to interact with and imitate their activities.
Visitors are encouraged to submit their photographs with the sculptures for a photography contest. The five categories are: age 17 and under only, amateur artist, professional artist, digitally enhanced photo and mixed media.
A panel of judges will award first-, second- and third-place winners in each category. There also will be one People’s Choice award of $250 plus a $100 framing certificate.
Interested photographers may visit www.warsaw.in.gov for official rules, entry form and details about how to participate in the contest.  All entries must be received by 6 p.m. Sept. 2 at the Latte Lounge and Gallery, 108 N. Buffalo St., Warsaw. Entries will be on display from Sept. 2 to Oct. 1.
For those looking for a more casual way to join the fun, the Kosciusko County Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting a photo bomb contest on its Facebook page (“Visit Indiana’s Kosciusko County”).
Individuals are encouraged to post photos to the CVB page of someone interacting with the statues.  Everyone who posts a photo will be entered for a chance to win either a $100 gift card from Cerulean Restaurant in Winona Lake or a hot air balloon ride for two. Photos may be posted until the exhibit ends Sept. 28.
Visitors may pick up an exhibit brochure with a map at area businesses or download a digital version at www.warsaw.in.gov
For questions or further information, contact the Kosciusko County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 800-800-6090 or www.livewellinthemoment.com