In the face of a quick hail storm and blustery wind over the weekend, more feathers took to the canopy of trees at the Price Sculpture Forest. Wood artist Pat McVay, Scott Price, founder and creator of the Price Sculpture Forest, and neighbors Bob Davenport and David Young, lent a hand on March 7 to assemble cedar feathers made by Pat. The wood artist’s installation recalls the tale of Icarus, who flew too close to the sun and fell into the sea.
Great photos David! and a great topic Kate! I love your voices, choices, and visions!!
Thanks, Liz, loved doing this story. Hope you are well. By the way, our cat Ollie has recovered. We continue to give him the Chinese Medicine. Hope to see you again and write more stories. I so enjoy your company.
Thank you for sharing these excellent photos and story. The Price Sculpture Forest, and the “Icarus” exhibit, are amazing enough already, but seeing the installation process just adds a whole new level of wonder to the experience of visiting this marvelous place.
Thank you, Lesley. It really is a place worth visiting.