Installations in Nature

Harstene Island Nest (above).

Lummi Island Nest  This installation is a dedication to my amazing Aunts and Uncles, and inspired by my Uncle David's (aka Skunkunk) valentines (paintings with hearts stealthly integrated into the scene). 

Lummi Island Nest 

This installation is a dedication to my amazing Aunts and Uncles, and inspired by my Uncle David's (aka Skunkunk) valentines (paintings with hearts stealthly integrated into the scene). 

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Mazama, WA (above) Nest 

This was my second building site. There were sticks everywhere with wonderful bowed shapes, but they were so brittle. This sculpture changed by the second as the light swooped around, smoke settled, and moon shown. Also, as the sticks broke and fell. The heat was also a factor. Once you get going, it's hard to stop. I was thirsty, but determined. This was a true puzzle and very satisfying! 

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Caverhill Dale's Pothole Nest

What you do when you can't stand hooking innocent and beautiful animals in the mouth at a fishing lodge.

Pacific Beach - San Diego - Nest 1

Endless

A nest built on pacific beach engulfed by the tide at sunset.

Pacific Beach - San Diego - Nest 2

Clutching onto the sand being pulled into the sea, into the darkness.

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Viewpoint at Caverhill Nest 

Perched on a massive, bald rock mountain in the middle of the Canadian wilderness while Turkey Vultures Circled above :|