Augmented reality and sculpture from my show Formal Myths at Fitzgerald Gallery.
I am pleased to announce a new exhibition of sculptures, images and augmented reality opening on August 2 through August 28. With a reception on August 7 11 am - 1 pm.
Whidbey Life Magazine has published a feature spread about the Sculpture Forest, including the story behind the park's creation, insights about specific sculptors and sculptures, and how visitors plus sculptors are experiencing the Forest today. Author Lea Cramer and photographer Marsha Morgan, with the help of editor Dianna MacLeod, created a wide ranging and entertaining overview.
“The playful and experimental installations invite us to appreciate a visual culture within the context of nature. Some even offer a thought-provoking commentary on the complicated relationship between man and nature… Like nature itself, the installations are ever-evolving; they are changed by the elements, by time, or by the artists.
It’s a perfect place to explore, with over 28 installations to tease out curiosity, ignite creativity, and foster divergent thinking. It returns us to a place of reflection and wondering.”
Whidbey Life Magazine is available at many retail locations (list available on their website) or by mail.
Thank you for your fun story, Dianna, Lea, and Marsha!
Some Work in progress. Developing some Augmented Reality using Lens Studio for my relief sculptures. More sculptures and AR to come.
Some installation shots from the Fertile Ground Exhibition in the Court Gallery at William Paterson University. My Sculptures MMM and Sun Disc along with works by Elaine Lorenz, Deborah Guzman Meyer and Jason Schneider. Jason Schneider Jason Schneider