Portfolio > Sticks

web-like branching forms choreographed the respond to the gallery space, allowing visitors to walk into, under and around the sculptures.
wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
12' x 20' x 20'
2016
Site-reponsive installation, web-like wood construction
wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
36" x 48" x 10"
2015
A branched construction referencing a "contraposto" figure, awkwardly balanced
bronze
48" x 30" x 40"
2016
$2400
a delicately unfolding and folded form; butterfly
wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
5" x 4" x 5"
2016
Bird Dog
wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
15" x 18" x 8"
2015
Sailing
wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
!8" x 20" x 10"
2015
Sled
Wood, AquaResin, Apoxie Sculpt
6" x7" x 5"
2015

I have been constructing sculptures with dead sticks and broken branches retrieved in my yard or Boston neighborhoods after storms or as a result of disease. I treat them with AquaResin which protects and seals the surfaces, giving them a slightly milky tinge. The elements are joined with knobs of Apoxie Sculpt, creating an awkward geometry that reaches, twists and overlaps but is never symmetric.

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