Thanks to Cate McQuaid for the review of the show at Boston Sculptors Gallery in Wednesday's Boston Globe Arts Review.
Nancy Winship Milliken spent time on farms near her home in Western Massachusetts and created works from what she found there. Pieces such as “Field,” a great swoosh of hay mounted on the wall, and “Untitled (Horse Chandelier),” a dangling knot of harnesses, feel like a farm speaking its own poetry.
She participated in tasks such as slaughtering fowl. Knowing that imbues “Duck,” a spiky-soft grid of feathers, and “North Flower,” a suspended sphere of dark goose feathers, with gravity and gratitude.