Confederate memorial statues have been a source of simmering anger and controversy across the southeast recently.
Orlando's "Johnny Reb" statue once stood at Lake Eola. It's now in a cemetery. Hillsborough County recently voted to remove one from outside its old courthouse.
It's happening in lots of places. Nearly all did it under pressure from people who say they are a painful reminder of a dark part of America's past.
FOX 35's Tom Johnson introduces you to a Florida sculptor who thinks they should be left alone and he's now putting his art where his mouth is.