Tag Archives: Steven Siegel

Like a Family

Posted on June 22, 2011
If you are a faithful reader of this blog, you have noticed that curator of education Erin Narloch is leaving the Woodson Art Museum and moving south of the Mason-Dixon Line with her husband and young son. It’s a transition for the Museum, considering all Erin did at the Woodson.... Read More

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

Repurposed Paper Message Morphs

Posted on May 24, 2011
Those who witness or volunteer to work on a sculpture rising from the earth amid the Woodson Art Museum sculpture garden likely will walk away from the experience with widely varying interpretations of the significance of the piece. And that’s entirely what sculptor-in-residence Steven Siegel expects. Siegel is leading a... Read More