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  • Installation of Sky Well series

    “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, Sister Stone, which depicts the Pleiades constellation as it would be see in the Eastern sky, is situated on the East wall. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season. Each work is accompanied by a star-map label, which names the constellation—and the stars within the constellation—and encourages the viewer to look for that constellation within the work.

  • Autumn Waters

    Here, the constellation Cassiopeia extends across the Milky Way as it would be seen in the autumn sky. The season holds particular significance, as Earth's orbit begins to turn us toward the periphery of the galaxy in autumn (in summer, we face its center). This large scale drawing invites the viewer to look into something both familiar and terrestrial - the stone - to see another realm, the celestial night sky.

  • Autumn Waters, detail

    Here, the constellation Cassiopeia extends across the Milky Way as it would be seen in the autumn sky. The season holds particular significance, as Earth's orbit begins to turn us toward the periphery of the galaxy in autumn (in summer, we face its center). This large scale drawing invites the viewer to look into something both familiar and terrestrial - the stone - to see another realm, the celestial night sky.

  • Installation of Sky Well Series

    “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, the wall that Sister Stone was made on faces East. Therefore the constellation of the Pleiades is represented from an eastern position. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season.

  • Sister Stone: Winter

    This piece represents the Pleiades constellation in the eastern sky of the northern hemisphere. The Pleiades (also known as the Seven Sisters) is a winter constellation and can be seen just ahead of the hunter Orion.

  • “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, Sister Stone, which depicts the Pleiades constellation as it would be see in the Eastern sky, is situated on the East wall. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season. Each work is accompanied by a star-map label, which names the constellation—and the stars within the constellation—and encourages the viewer to look for that constellation within the work.

  • Lion Rise: Spring

    This piece represents the constellation Leo in the eastern sky of the northern hemisphere. Leo is a spring constellation.

  • Installation of Sky Well series

    “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, Sister Stone, which depicts the Pleiades constellation as it would be see in the Eastern sky, is situated on the East wall. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season. Each work is accompanied by a star-map label, which names the constellation—and the stars within the constellation—and encourages the viewer to look for that constellation within the work.

  • Autumn Waters

    Here, the constellation Cassiopeia extends across the Milky Way as it would be seen in the autumn sky. The season holds particular significance, as Earth's orbit begins to turn us toward the periphery of the galaxy in autumn (in summer, we face its center). This large scale drawing invites the viewer to look into something both familiar and terrestrial - the stone - to see another realm, the celestial night sky.

  • Autumn Waters, detail

    Here, the constellation Cassiopeia extends across the Milky Way as it would be seen in the autumn sky. The season holds particular significance, as Earth's orbit begins to turn us toward the periphery of the galaxy in autumn (in summer, we face its center). This large scale drawing invites the viewer to look into something both familiar and terrestrial - the stone - to see another realm, the celestial night sky.

  • Installation of Sky Well Series

    “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, the wall that Sister Stone was made on faces East. Therefore the constellation of the Pleiades is represented from an eastern position. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season.

  • Sister Stone: Winter

    This piece represents the Pleiades constellation in the eastern sky of the northern hemisphere. The Pleiades (also known as the Seven Sisters) is a winter constellation and can be seen just ahead of the hunter Orion.

  • “Sky Well” is a series of four large-scale pieces which represent the orbit of the earth around the sun by way of the seasonal night sky. The constellations represented in the central night sky appear as they would during that season and are determined by the directionality of the wall they are installed on. For instance, Sister Stone, which depicts the Pleiades constellation as it would be see in the Eastern sky, is situated on the East wall. Within the series, a viewer will be able to face each cardinal direction and see constellations characteristic of each season. Each work is accompanied by a star-map label, which names the constellation—and the stars within the constellation—and encourages the viewer to look for that constellation within the work.

  • Lion Rise: Spring

    This piece represents the constellation Leo in the eastern sky of the northern hemisphere. Leo is a spring constellation.