“Artists selected for this year’s installation include Boston’s Gianna Stewart, whose sculpture “Depth of Decision” features a series of four doors opening from a center point at different angles.
“I’ve never scuba dived, but I imagine it’s this vast expanse of almost nothing and to place some sort of architecture down there I think is interesting, ” Stewart said.
The thought of the museum’s boundless setting was what inspired her to create “a doorway without a wall.”
-By Nathan Cobb | GateHouse Media Florida
Posted May 12, 2019 at 1:00 PMUpdated May 12, 2019 at 1:01 PM Read More
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Chris Bergeron/Daily News Staff writes: "As if sprouting from the earth, an iron ladder tilts over green fields, pointing like an arrow toward the red farmhouse where transcendentalists once dreamed of regaining Eden amidst Fruitlands’ natural wonders." Read full article here: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/article/20150524/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/150528363/13406/NEWS Read More