Tag Archives: monumental sculpture

Bad Hair Day & Molting Makeover

Posted on July 26, 2017

If you’ve visited the Woodson Art Museum during the past year, you’ve likely noticed near the main entrance the nearly thirty-foot-tall sculpture of a pair of dancing sandhill cranes made of tree saplings, tie-wraps, and plastic bags.

Stacking Paper with a Purpose

Posted on June 02, 2011

Last week, Amy Beck blogged about artist-in-residence Steven Siegel’s monumental paper sculpture underway in the Museum’s sculpture garden. I was fortunate to work with dozens of volunteers and Museum staff as we assisted Steven in the construction of his 30-foot-long sculpture, now complete.  Artist Steven Siegel and his Woodson… Read More