Saturday, June 7, 2008

Sculptures at Lochmara




At last I have some images from all my hard work at the Lochmara Symposium. They stand 3.5 metres tall and as you can see from the bottom photo they each go together in four sections so are easily transportable which is important because there is only boat access to the Lodge. Because I am using waste wood from the building industry to build 'trees' I have called the piece 'carbon credits' and now I don't feel so bad about using the jet plane to London next week.

5 comments:

Hopper said...

i just love the art that you're into... makes such a strong statement on natural beauty and the use of resources... also liking the way that your blog is shaping up... i'm gonna keep my eye on you!!!

catch you on the flip side...

human being said...

the work you do with wood is amazing...
this time, builing trees from waste wood...
the idea is great,too.
thanks for sharing.

chook said...

Hey Hopper, praise indeed from one of the best blog sites around. Please don't keep a too vigilant eye, I might not handle the pressure.
....from the underside

HB you are amazing how you keep your family of links together, you must be/could be a great mother.

human being said...

my 9-year-old daughter believes i'm the best mother ever... and i ask her, "how do you know? you've tested just one..."
and she answers, "i've got friends, you know..."
:)
thanks Chook.

chook said...

HB... I knew deep down you were a mother!It's amazing how other familys seem so exotic because you get used to yours. I remember staying with a friend and his mother made pasta (my mother never did) and she became the worlds greatest cook! Not fair.