September 16, 2009

Old Frog Pond Farm Sculpture Walk

I'm honored to have the opportunity to be part of the Sculpture Walk at Old Frog Pond Farm in Harvard, Massachusetts this autumn. Artist Linda Hoffman is a farmer of organic apples and raspberries. During the "pick-your-own" season, Linda has curated and displayed art around her beautiful land. For "Honey Locust Veils" I collected and strung honey locust pods, mixed with strips of fabric that I printed with the honey locust leaves. I tied them onto pussywillow branches, then attached those to the branches of two oak trees at Old Frog Pond Farm.

Safe Havens on the Edge of Wilderness

My two-person show with artist Amy Ragus is now open at the gallery at Moose Hill Audubon Sanctuary in Sharon, Massachusetts. Curator Jan Goba did a magnificent job exhibiting my Empty Nests and Great Blue pieces with Amy's plein air paintings. Plus the added attraction of several "real" nests from my collection, and a few birds from the Audubon collection! The gallery is open daily from 10-4. Safe Havens is displayed now until November 2, 2009.