by Amy Tuttle + Emily Farison
The purpose of this piece is to eventually disintegrate over the course of a year, returning to soil on site. As both materials used in this sculpture (clay and willow branches) experience the weather outside, they will “transition” as the elements change and deconstruct the forms Tuttle and Farison created, continuing the journey. Learn more…
Next Round of Submissions due 1/8/2021
We are searching for artists to add their pieces to Imago’s trails through the Art in Nature program. Make artwork out of natural or recycled material that evokes the stories of community, nature, sustainability and connection.
Click here to learn more and to apply to be one of the artists contributing to this fun community project.