|as usual it began with chicken wire|
|used colored wires (reds and pinks) to create shape by weaving it through the chicken wire.|
|first make-shift work station, holding up the bodice so that i could start the skirt,|
set up in the living room with the a/c
|my faithful sidekick, scruffy . . .|
also enjoying the a/c
|close-up detail of the skirt|
|then hung the dress from the ceiling by a branch so i could continue to grow the skirt|
|wired heart for inside the dress|
installation . . .
arrived at park in hopkinton, ma. with an 8 foot ladder, but that wasn't nearly enough!!!
So my wonderful assistant, daughter Harriet, and I began to improvise . . .
|here i am attempting to toss the spool of fishing line over the desired branch.|
|part of Cathy Weaver Taylor's installation|
|it's a beautiful trail|
|beautiful sand art at the beginning of the trail/exhibit|
the exhibit runs until the end of September, with a
poetry reading/gathering on Sept. 19th, 2:00
the exhibit and trail are located across from:
118 Main St, Hopkinton, MA 01748
this sculpture was inspired by 'sky warrior . . . ' the first commissioned and purchased dress was the 'dressproject' and which lives outside Chicago, IL.
|'sky warrior . . . ' installed (2006)|
|'sky warrior . . . ' front|