Renewal Sculpture Exhibition at Corcoran School of Art & Design
The refurbishment of “Ghost Dance”, a 1974 wood sculpture by Robert Stackhouse and Carol Mickett, housed at the Washington DC Corcoran School of Art and Design’s Flagg Building, led to a recent sculpture exhibit. In conjunction with the George Washington University, sculptors were invited from the Washington Sculptors Group to jury for the exhibit. Jurors were Olivia Kohler-Maga and Babette Pendelton. 23 sculptures, relating to the wood sculpture being refurbished, were chosen.
My cardboard construction “Scattered Thoughts” was part of this exciting exhibition. My piece was made from recycled cardboard pieces, cut, painted and collaged into the reverse side of a repurposed wood frame.
|Juried by Olivia Kohler-Maga, Luther W. Brady Art Gallery and Babette Pendleton, Corcoran School of the Arts & Design|
Lexi Arriettac.l. bigelow
Chee Keong Kung
|Sharon Pierce McCullough|
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