- Western Zodiac
- Eastern Zodiac
- Birds of a Feather
- Elephant Parade
- Individual Works
- Knight&Hammer Jewelry
- Sold Pieces
- Collector's Corner
- Monumental Sculptures
- Watercolors and Drawings
- Small works
- The Early Years: Found Object Assemblage I
- Found Object Assemblage II
- Found Object Assemblage III
Sunday, March 25, 2012
April 1 - August 19th
Reception: Sunday, April 29th 3-6pm
Don't miss this unconventional, cutting edge exhibit focusing on the art of wood. Among this extraordinary collection of innovative useful, decorative and thought-provoking objects, "In the Grain" features sophisticated, highly-crafted works by many leading craftsmen and sculptors.
Anne Alexander, Michael Alfano, David Belser, Peter Bloch, Jon Brooks, Dustin Coats, Jeff Cooper, Judith Cooper, David Crane, Michael Crocker, Stephan Fowlkes, Donna Dodson, Sharon Dugan, Tom Dunne, Dan Dustin, Deb Fanelli, Jon Garcia, Eric Grant, Gints Grinbergs, Steven Hayden, Linda Hoffman, David Hurwitz, David Leach, Wendy Lichensteiger, Bob Katz, John Magnan, William Martin, Stephen Mauren, JoHannes Michelson, Joseph Montroy, Clifford Moran, Andy Moerlein, Rogers Myers, Myrl Phelps, Suzanne Newbold, Scott Ruesswick, George Saunderson, Antoinette Prien Schultze, John Weidman, Jere Williams, and others.
Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Garden
236 Hopkinton Road, Concord, NH 03301
Update: Wednesday, May 23rd @ 7 p.m. Sculptors Donna Dodson & Andy Moerlein are presenting a fascinating artist's talk:
Donna Dodson has been carving images out of wood since 1996. Her sculptures explore feminine beauty and evoke humor and playfulness but also grace, power and emotional strength. Her unique vision responds to the relation of animals to the human spirit that have existed since ancient times.
'My work today seeks out eccentric branches, expressive trees, vivid grain, and uses the woven flow of growth and experience to trace my personal story. My work has many aspects - but wood, trees and the patterns they mark upon the landscape is a foundation of structure I depend on.' Andy Moerlein