Nothing Compares 2u, outdoor installation from LiminalLab
Nothing Compares 2u from FeministFuturist Liminal Lab, 2022. Cast plastic and fabric. photographs by Melissa Blackall . At right: NFS, studio view, from Currency exhibit. Below: small works in bronze (open editions) and the lifesize “Reader” at the Melrose Library.
Lost Way Out, bronze, unique
Bodhisattva Green Tara, bronze, life size
The Reader front view, Melrose Public Library
Lockdown Family: A series of drawings in crayon, charcoal and watercolor that re-create several generations of family. This was an exercise in connection during pandemic isolation.
At Fruitlands Museum: “Cynthia’s 112,” fabric, wax, lighting
At Fruitlands Museum: “Hands to Work,” wood, paperclay
Sylvia, life size, mixed materials.
“Shaker Spirit Arbor” at the Red Farmhouse at Fruitlands Museum: outdoor installation with embroidered and sculpted fabric
These are images from my Artist in Residence exhibit at Fruitlands Museum, my figurative studio work from various years, as well as drawings.
At Fruitlands, sculptor Carolyn Wirth is a free-range historian – The Boston Globe