Archive for September, 2011

New Installation at Sculpture Fest

Monday, September 12th, 2011

The “Tumble in Pagoda,” is located at King Farm, which is an exciting extension of Sculpture Fest and is slated to become part of the Marsh Billings National Park. These pieces are constructed of cardboard, papier mache, sand and acrylic paint. The floor forms are explorations in space. The three back masks are gaurdians of the space.

Just recently, friend and colleague, Carla Kimball, featured additional images of my work at Sculpture Fest on her Revealed Presence Photography blog. Thanks, Carla!

New Work at Sculpture Fest

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Here is a new piece I call “Red┬áHands.” It stands 4′ tall and was carved out of some recycled hemlock beams. Given the state of the world and even Vermont’s, in the wake of Irene’s devastation, there are many who could use a helping hand. This piece could also be about the earth’s suffering at our hands. Hopefully viewers will be provoked to think about other stories these hands tell. It is a joy to continue to show work at Sculpture Fest in Woodstock, Vermont, where I am given the freedom to site my work.