Posts Tagged “Installation”

TumbleStar Finds a Summer Home on the Cape

Posted on June 24th, 2018 by admin

Out of the Box! Art & Science Walk at Highfiled Hall Highfield Hall & Gardens in Falmouth, Massachusetts is the summer home for my painted steel sculpture, TumbleStar, as part of their outdoor exhibit “Out of the Box! Art & Science Walk.” From June 24- September 3, visitors can explore beautiful ‘lawns, paths and gardens [...]

Hybrid Space/Hybrid Practice

Posted on May 6th, 2018 by admin

New Hybrid Studios Breed Innovation Words and images get equal opportunity in the new Church studios at Vermont Studio Center. I was the first to experience the newly resurrected studios, risen from the ashes of this historic church building on Main Street in Johnson, Vermont. For years I have had a studio practice that combines [...]

Tumblestar Lands in Wells

Posted on May 30th, 2017 by admin

Tumblestar Sculpture at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm My first outdoor steel sculpture is on view in POWER OF PLACE: Wells Reserve at Laudholm, curated by June LaCombe. I am honored to join 27 other artists, whose sculptures in granite, steel, marble and bronze appear in the landscape of this historic saltwater farm in Wells, [...]

Singers, Strings, Sculpture

Posted on October 3rd, 2015 by admin

Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford, CT threw open the doors of their beautiful L.E.E.D. Certified Science building on Friday, September 25 for the opening and dedication of my hanging sculpture, All Life Interrelated. As students sang a cappella or played the Wyvern Waltz on strings written for the occasion, school leaders welcomed the crowd, [...]

Installed at Last

Posted on July 9th, 2015 by admin

Photos above from left to right: Starfish; Nelson on the Genie; Three Armatures Installed at Last Four years in the making, my hanging sculpture, All Life Interrelated, is now happily installed in its new home, the foyer of the Chase-Tallwood Math Science and Technology building at the Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford, CT. It [...]

In the Home Stretch

Posted on June 7th, 2015 by admin

All Life Interrelated I am in the home stretch of making a public installation for the science building of Kingswood Oxford school in W. Hartford CT. It is a first for me, and I wanted to share it with friends in Maine before it goes to its permanent home. “All Life Interrelated” (taken from a [...]

Enduring Legacy

Posted on May 1st, 2013 by admin

Silent Spring: the Enduring Legacy I’m working on an “indoor” nest for my Raku eagles’ eggs that were part of the big eagle’s nest installation and interactive teach-in I did for my “InterRelated” show at Chatham University last fall. The double size 8′ wide nest is still installed on the quad, and this smaller one [...]

Kate Cheney Chappell’s nature- inspired mysticism

Posted on March 19th, 2013 by admin

Kate’s work, including her installation Go Inside the Stone is included in an exhibition at the University of New England Art Gallery. Daniel Kany says about Kate’s work: Chappell’s illusion- and camouflage-oriented floor installation of stones and sea-life prints — in standing mirrored Mylar rings — might be the most original and meditatively fascinating piece [...]

Thoughts on building an eagle’s nest

Posted on September 24th, 2012 by admin

Saturday dawned rainy in Pittsburgh, and I headed up the hill on the Chatham University campus to a small natural ampitheater outside the gallery which will house my exhibit, “InterRelated,” in honor of Rachel Carson. Last March I had chosen this natural sanctuary as the site for the eagle’s nest. I found the center of [...]

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