Threaded Yellow is a continuous, undulating form that changes in dimension and texture, roaming over and under viewers as they move through the woodland walk. It disappears under the ground, winds its way into the trees, at times concealed by the vegetation but reappearing brightly alongside the trail. This sculpture is an intensely bright yellow line, the type of traffic yellow that signals “caution, pay attention” that stands out against the dark trunks and ground of the woodland walk. The line stitches through the woods along the path, intensifying the immediate space of that site.
May 23, 2015 - October 12, 2015
Twenty-three Boston Sculptors Gallery members and alumni are created new site-specific sculptures and installations for Chesterwood, A Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, for the exhibition Boston Sculptors Gallery at Chesterwood. Each artist visited Chesterwood to choose a site, and is creating work to respond to a particular location. The resulting exhibition shows a wide variety of sculptural languages that represents the members of Boston Sculptors Gallery.
List of participating artists:
Peter DeCamp Haines
Niho Kozuru (alumni)
Nancy Winship Milliken
Myth Makers (Dodson & Moerlein)
4 Williamsville Road (physical address)
PO Box 827 (mailing address)
Stockbridge, MA 01262