Ava Williams of Pine Island perches on one of the larger-than-life sized Cheerios that are a part of sculptor Jud Nelson's latest style. Made from Tamiami Aquifer cap rock, the monster breakfast bites are part of the 'Hyper-Realistic Sculpture' exhibit at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery in Fort Myers.

Jud Nelson / Special to The Banner

Ava Williams of Pine Island perches on one of the larger-than-life sized Cheerios that are a part of sculptor Jud Nelson's latest style. Made from Tamiami Aquifer cap rock, the monster breakfast bites are part of the "Hyper-Realistic Sculpture" exhibit at the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery in Fort Myers.

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