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Fiber Expanded

Several weeks back we introduced fiber materials similar to those used by artist Sheila Pepe. We presented them in various ways, some entirely open ended

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Conceptual Thinking

  A recent encounter with Nari Ward’s Firehose With Libation II G.O.A.T  piqued Ursula’s interest.  She was especially intrigued by one of the sculpture’s mediums – a firehose. 

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“It’s so beautiful.” – Thomas

The artist vocation is to send light into the human heart. George Sand Revisiting an old friend, Jim Dine’s Two Big Black Hearts, Thomas was

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Leaving the Nest

Saige brought in a couple of nests this week. One had pieces of blue eggs in it! On Wednesday Emily came to visit us and

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‘Marshmallows’ unwrapped

The last time we visited the Linde Gallery, Ian McMahon was still in the process of installing his piece, Tether. We felt it was time

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Musings in the Park

A recent visit to deCordova’s Sculpture Park triggered some thoughts from the children of Studio Yellow.     Studying Noemie Goudal’s Telluris “I think it is somewhere

Extended Day

Where to next?

A beautiful day and requests from the children for a picnic saw us heading out into the sculpture park for Stay and Play.  We chose

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The Rainstick (our Gala auction item)

The birth of our rainstick is the culmination of many interests and explorations… “Drippy Droppy” Mine’s going to be a thunderstorm I’m making a very

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Revisiting Ian McMahon

Process is a word we use a lot with the children. It is explicitly revisited because it reveals the thinking behind the work. We have

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