April 30, 2015
Fall 2014 Exhibit
ECO-Visions first exhibit - “Sense of Place: Built and Natural Environments” opened on Saturday, October 11th...
The class created this stone bench onsite from a nearby stone pile. Accompanied by a poem about a Stone Mason.
King Farm, Woodstock, VT
Steel and wood
“Memorial speaks to me of aging, decay, and beauty in its almost shroud-like material which also is reminiscent of the mast on a boat.”
“The multi-media construction, consisting of a sphere of frozen water, shall be an emotional challenge to socially engage the viewer in an integrative understanding of the amalgamation of climate control and limitation.”
Enthusiastic participant, modeling for the camera obscura viewers.
“Metal speaks of Vermont and the tapping of trees for maple syrup, an industry so prevalent in these parts. The old sap bucket and metal inserts have been passed down from generation to generation and used by my husband.”
Steel and wood
“What is the significance of one life within the surging stream of life? This place evokes a bittersweet nostalgia that lends feeling to the beautiful textures of oxidation and decay. Without human intervention sun, weather, and the invading weeds and suckers from the decapitated stump of a cherry tree will dismantle and obliterate all traces. Do we mourn the inevitable loss of “place” as the inexorable loss of meaning?
These blatant and vivid planes cut into the living vegetation evince the human will to command and order space.”
Photo of art on cabin