ecologically-focused public art and sculpture
the void which balances the monument
poplar branch from 110-year old tree, encaustic, stones, concrete
Clearing area: 30ʼx25ʼx8ʼ
Websterʼs Woods Sculpture Park, Port Angeles, WA.
“Deanna Pindell (Port Hadlock) has imported segments of another fallen woods soldier, this one a giant old willow that met the chopping block because it was "too messy.'
Pindell has created a memorial by mounting a segrnent of one of its massive trunks as if it were the bronze statue of an anonymous amputee veteran. Blanched to a ghostly palor and stained blue in it’s sunken fissures, it has a mummified anatomical aspect that makes it seem almost human.”
"Art Outside lX", by Jake Seniuk
On Center, July - September 2008
Small clearing along a wooded trail creates a meditative sanctuary.
One branch from an ancient tree serves as a memorial, and is balanced by a deep void dug into the earth.