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DATE 2016
MEDIUM Mixed Media: Digital composite, photographs, tubes, wood
SIZE 20' x 24' x 8'
Oct 2016 Read More →

TimePeace


 

DATE 2016
MEDIUM Travertine Marble and Earthworks
SIZE 28′ X 28′ X 6′

 


 

Shadow of central solar marker stone, cut to angles of Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice sun altitude, falls on ground stones to record meaningful dates.…

Mar 2016 Read More →

Timepeace (in progress)

DATE  2015
MEDIUM  Travertine Marble and base
SIZE  6′ X 4′ x 6′

 


Shadow of central solar marker stone, cut to angles of Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice sun altitude, falls on ground stones to record meaningful dates.…

May 2015 Read More →

Pentecost

Aug 1992 Read More →

Pacifica Sun Portal 1

Aug 1988 Read More →

Sunhenge Park

DATE 1987
MEDIUM Found steel parts and Earthworks
SIZE 210′ X 80′ X 18′

 


This permanent solar-aligned installation was built to preserve a memory  of the previous U.S. Steel plant site.…

Aug 1987 Read More →

Solar Tone Towers

DATE 1986
MEDIUM  Concrete and Steel
SIZE  110′ X 50′ X 28′

 


Located in greater L.A. (City of Commerce, CA), a central tower with wind chimes is aligned facing due West (East behind), with flanking elements indicating Solstice and Equinox sunrise/sunset positions on the horizon.…

Aug 1986 Read More →

Three Spaces: Three Visions

DATE 1980, Massachusetts College of Art
MEDIUM  Beach Castings, Mixed Media
SIZE  40′ X 30′ X 12′

 

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Aug 1980 Read More →

Interface

DATE 1979
MEDIUM Mixed Media Installation
SIZE  40′ X 30′ X 10;

 

 

Installation at Tufts University Visual Arts Gallery, Medford, MA. Site Specific installation dealt with the interface of Earth and sky (beach castings and Celestial alignment) and the dualistic point of balance between high and low tides (castings were made from the intertidal zone).…

Aug 1979 Read More →

Sol Marker II

DATE 1973
MEDIUM Mixed Media
SIZE  6′ X 3′ X 9′

 


An Earth Casting from a site in El Valle, NM, oriented true East/West, records the Summer Solstice. At solar noon, shadows from the top brass rings fall on a corresponding arrangement of small brass pins in the “earth” surface.…

Sep 1973 Read More →