Installations: Stones on the Move

Beech Hill Preserve, Rockport MEBeech Nut, August 10, 2015, 5:30PMFenrir tapestry, linen on cotton warp, 51 x 27 inchesSediments, installation viewInstallation view with Fenrir tapestry, linen on cotton warp, 51 x 27 inchesErratics, builders paper, tissue, shellac, paint, dimensions vary according to siteErratics (detail), builders paper, tissue, shellac, paint, dimensions vary according to siteErratics (detail), builders paper, tissue, shellac, paint, dimensions vary according to siteErratics (detail), builders paper, tissue, shellac, paint, dimensions vary according to siteSediments, oil on canvas, foam board, dimensions vary according to siteSediments (detail), oil on canvas, foam board, dimensions vary according to siteSediments (detail), oil on canvas, foam board, dimensions vary according to siteSediments, oil on canvas, foam board, dimensions vary according to siteBeech Hill Preserve, Rockport ME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stones on the Move brings together materials from my earlier installations that refer to glacial erratics and sedimentary rock, and blends them with the inspirations of Beech Hill – the local rock, the stone masons who built the hut, its owners the Gribbell family of Pennsylvania and Rockport, and the Norwegian architect Hans O. Heistad, as well as the present-day hikers and volunteers who come to Beech Hill daily.