Tuesday, May 29, 2012

An Artist Residency at Hulls Cove Sculpture Garden


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.

If you visit Maine this summer be sure to visit the SEER at Hulls Cove Sculpture Garden.

17 Breakneck Rd.
Hulls Cove, ME 04644
Adjacent to Hulls Cove Tool Barn

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