The Community Book Tree Sculpture is now permanently installed at the Ventress Memorial Library in Marshfield, MA. This sculpture was funded through grants from the Marshfield Arts Council and the Friends of the Ventress Memorial Library. One hundred library patrons were invited to inscribe a clay leaf with their name and a favorite book title! The fired clay leaves surround a smiling tree woman to create a striking 6′ x 4′ wall relief sculpture. Stop by the VML and take a look!
My sculpture ARTEMIS has been accepted in the Blanche Ames National Juried Show, held at the Ames Mansion, Borderlands State Park in N.Easton, Massachusetts.
ARTEMIS explores the symbolic connection between a mythological persona and an animal. It is part of a new series of sculptures.
The clay sculptures are burnished and then pit-fired in a traditional firing process.
The exhibet will run from September 20 – October 8, 2016. The opening reception is Saturday September 24th from 7-10 pm.
The Tree of Life Sculpture is now installed in the Friendship Garden at Temple Beth Zion, in Buffalo, NY . This site-specific sculpture was created for the new garden space at TBZ on Delaware Avenue.
Dr. Polar Dad is a ceramic sculpture that was displayed at Laura’s Center for the Arts at the South Shore YMCA from January through February 2013. This sculpture commemorates two aspects of my father’s life: Dr. Lawrence H. Golden – cardiologist and swimmer.
My Owl Tree Sculpture returned to First Night, 2013 in Raleigh, NC… this time for a circus theme! Everyone passing by was invited to write a New Year’s wish and attach it to the Owl Tree’s cape. Then, they pulled the Owl Trees’ lever to flap their wishes out into the universe.
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My Owl Tree Wish Sculpture traveled to Raleigh, NC this December and took part in the First Night 2012 festivities. Installed outdoors in downtown Raleigh, it attracted hundreds of children and adults throughout the sunny day and illuminated night. Visitors … Continue reading
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These light filled clay animal sculptures beckon you to come near. As they sit in the room, their eyes light up and shine from within their sculptural bodies.