Sculpture in the Wild in Lincoln, Montana... All of these works are reactions to the land, the space, the environment, the history of the area. International artists in residency with MFA students from U of M. It was fascinating to see and hear about how the community has been engaged in creating this park, supporting it, sustaining it, interacting with it. Kudos to the board, especially to Becky Garland, its president.
Ceiling of the teepee burner - one of the largest old structures for getting rid of timber shavings and detritus before the invention of particle board and EPA regulations. Now the gathering place at the park and . . . with surprising acoustics.
A Gateway of Change (2014)
Jorn Ronnau (Denmark)
Materials: Ponderosa Pine, goldleaf, stone
Height: 5 meters, Length 30 meters,
Width 10 meters
Chris Drury (UK)
Funded by Kendeda Fund and Tippet Rise Fund
Jaakko Pernu (Finland)
Height: 6.8 metres (23 feet)
BPSW/ University of Montana Graduate Emerging Artist
House of Sky
Alan Counihan (Ireland)
Materials: Stainless steel, steel, pine
Dimensions: 5' x 2.5' x 29' (1.5M x .75M x 8.5M)
East West Passage (2015)
Mark Jacobs and Sam Clayton UK)
Materials: Lodge Pole Pine, Cobblestone
DEPTH: 4’6” ,LENGTH: 100FT, WIDTH: 24FT
Hill and Valley (2014)
Steven Siegel (USA)
Material: 30,000 lbs of newspaper, 28 pine lodge poles,
400 pounds of nails.
Casey Schachner's "Stringer". Casey was the U of M MFA resident.
A place to decant my brain, to capture inspiration and share fresh insights. [Posts from 2015 onward]