Wave Hill sits on the Hudson river at 252nd St. in Riverdale New York… the last stop on the #1 train. It takes about 40 minutes from Midtown, and once you get there you’ll see how easy it is to forget about midtown or Manhattan. The views are astounding, the Palisades, the Hudson river, sunsets and steamy conservatories filled with winter blooming acacia, cacti and hundreds of tropical plants.
The first installation of many more to come…. green art for green spaces. Why would one go to the trouble of building or renovating a new space, certify it “green” and then install art that didn’t reflect a shared concern for the environment… right??? We know that art and design are an important aspect of […]
See and read more about my sculptural installation entitled “MENTAL NOTES” Youtube Linda Linda Lewett, a filmmaker at ARTtv documented the installation at Maiden Lane- an exhibition space curated by Elisabeth Akkerman in Lower Manhattan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbRRoAtH0u4 Inhabitat.com Author Abigal Doan writes for Inhabitat: “With cast-off book pages, old dress patterns and newspapers collected from various […]
While in pursuit of wire hangers for my “Why Our Hangers?” project, I read about a green organizer- Julie Naylon in Daily Candy LA. http://www.dailycandy.com/los_angeles/article/41997/You+Gotta+Go Julie has a great mission: No Wire Hangers is a green home organizing business that emphasizes living a more ecologically-minded lifestyle. Not only will your home run more efficiently, but […]
Until I come up with a compelling design for an installation using collected, plastic water bottles, I’ll continue to work on other sculptural projects including: “Why Our Hangers?” “Why Our Hangers?” consists of two large scale, teardrops made of collected wire hangers. Together (and they may produce more teardrops) they comment on the rate at […]