Topanga Dawn
       
     
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  Tree   The three quarter inch thick steel shape incorporates curves that reference the hand cut lightness of Matisse’s paper cutouts and belie its substantial weight. This sculpture is now installed outdoors as the first piece in a privately owned small urban sculpture park in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City.  To safely hold the sculpture’s vertical 2 ton weight and resist strong wind loads when placed outside, steel support bars were integrated into the design.
       
     
  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things   The living sculpture includes plants and a hermit crab named Bob. In Taoism the "ten thousand things" represent the multitude of all forms and beings in manifest existence. The inside of the sculpture is lined with mirrors that reflect an infinite universe to the hermit crab.
       
     
  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things   The mirrored interior gives the impression of an expansive space.
       
     
  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     
  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     
  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     
Topanga Dawn
       
     
Topanga Dawn
 Exhibition overview
       
     

Exhibition overview

 Exhibition overview
       
     

Exhibition overview

 Exhibition detail
       
     

Exhibition detail

  Terrain
       
     

Terrain

  Terrain
       
     

Terrain

  Tree   The three quarter inch thick steel shape incorporates curves that reference the hand cut lightness of Matisse’s paper cutouts and belie its substantial weight. This sculpture is now installed outdoors as the first piece in a privately owned small urban sculpture park in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City.  To safely hold the sculpture’s vertical 2 ton weight and resist strong wind loads when placed outside, steel support bars were integrated into the design.
       
     

Tree

The three quarter inch thick steel shape incorporates curves that reference the hand cut lightness of Matisse’s paper cutouts and belie its substantial weight. This sculpture is now installed outdoors as the first piece in a privately owned small urban sculpture park in the Crossroads Arts District of Kansas City.

To safely hold the sculpture’s vertical 2 ton weight and resist strong wind loads when placed outside, steel
support bars were integrated into the design.

  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things   The living sculpture includes plants and a hermit crab named Bob. In Taoism the "ten thousand things" represent the multitude of all forms and beings in manifest existence. The inside of the sculpture is lined with mirrors that reflect an infinite universe to the hermit crab.
       
     

Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things

The living sculpture includes plants and a hermit crab named Bob. In Taoism the "ten thousand things" represent the multitude of all forms and beings in manifest existence. The inside of the sculpture is lined with mirrors that reflect an infinite universe to the hermit crab.

  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things   The mirrored interior gives the impression of an expansive space.
       
     

Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things

The mirrored interior gives the impression of an expansive space.

  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     

Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things - detail of Bob

  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     

Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things - detail of Bob

  Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things  - detail of Bob
       
     

Hermit Reflecting On The Ten Thousand Things - detail of Bob