Living art installation reflecting it's surroundings in nature, architecture and artwork in museums.
Tree from a Missouri farm covered in 1,000 folded paper canes. Kansas City Ballet School
Inspired by the story of Sadako this close-up exposes the cranes carefully placed to show both flight and rest. Gifted to a student at the Kansas City Ballet School
Hanging sculpture of baby shoes, empty wooden frames painted with acrylic and rosaries. These reflect the items left at El Santuario de Chimayo by people on pilgrimages seeking or celebrating healing and answered prayers. University of Iowa Department of Dance
Wooden rosaries, carved wooden bowls, dirt from Chimayo, New Mexico and a used crutch provide a connection between the ballet and the hanging sculptures. University of Iowa Department of Dance
Re-purposed wooden doorways with polyester thread and grey acrylic paint.
The movable doorways represent a cabinet, concentration camp wire, a train, a furnace and the Night of the Broken Glass. This photo is a cabinet in which Jews went into hiding from the Nazi's. StörlingMOVES