The Breakneck Road at Hulls Cove has been a summer rendezvous for Native Americans for as long as memory exists. On this very spot, Samuel D. Champlain landed in 1604 - the first of a tsunami of European visitors to this fragile ecosystem. Owl has seen the world change and has a message for humankind. Step into the sacred space and listen.
If you open your heart, Owl has advice to share.
By Donna Dodson & Andy Moerlein
18 ft tall, saplings
Donna Dodson and I were invited by Curator H G (Skip) Brack and Judith Bradshaw Brown to install our most recent collaboration, SEER, at the Hulls Cove Sculpture Garden, a subsidiary of The Davistown Museum. Our sapling icon joined an exceptional collection of sculptures by Melita Westerlund, Dan Falt, David McLaughlin, H. G. Brack and others.
Skip & Judith were exceptional hosts.