Olivia Warro hunched over a square concrete pad, drilling the last bolt in place to secure her 8-foot-6-inch sculpture. Warro, 23, spent four months building and welding her light gray and green piece called “Deer” out of steel pipes. “I was inspired by bringing some wildlife into downtown Jacksonville, bringing some green into the urban center,” Warro said. “It feels so dry sometimes in a city. . .” Recent UNF graduates Warro, Stephen Magyar and Jenn Peek sourced their own materials, engineered and then transformed their small sculptures a couple of feet tall into the large-scale models. After about a year of planning, designing and building, the sculptures were installed near the fountain area in Hemming Park on Monday where they will remain for a year. Jenny Hager, a UNF sculpture professor, said the process began last fall with a competition for the students to construct small models of items relating to native Florida plants and animals or local history and then present them to a committee. The committee of people from UNF, the Museum of Contemporary Art and members and artists of the downtown Jacksonville community were selected to vote...