Landmark I, II, III, is a site-specific installation for Boston Sculptors Gallery outdoor exhibition at Chesterwood*, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. This memorial celebrates the materials and textures of farms that define our New England landscape. Spires rising twenty feet into the air are symbolic of the multiple church steeples common in New England towns like Stockbridge.
Materials: field stone, horse harness, horsehair (reclaimed horsehair from cello and violin bows), steel, New England raw wool, century-old barn board. feathers.
*Chesterwood is the country home, studio and gardens of America's foremost public sculptor, Daniel Chester French. His iconic memorial for Lincoln is deeply ingrained in the American psyche. The pastoral setting of Chesterwood along with French's memorials became fertile ground for the concepts of Landmark I, II, III.