Here's a sampling of the natural installations we have made over the years

Landmark I, II, III, is a site-specific installation for Boston Sculptors Gallery outdoor exhibition at Chesterwood*, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. This memorial celebrates the materials and textures of farms that define our New England landscape. Spires rising twenty feet into the air are symbolic of the multiple church steeples common in New England towns like Stockbridge. See More.....

  Tika Whare,  house made of bamboo and wool from rams, made while the sheep surrounded me in the paddocks

Tika Whare, house made of bamboo and wool from rams, made while the sheep surrounded me in the paddocks

Te Hapua farm, Taupo, New Zealand

2012, one-month, self-designed residency

Te Hapua is a 285-acre ballot farm of sheep and cows, run by the Truebridge family. Originally Maori land, Tika Whare (pronounced Teaka Phorea)........  See More.....



   Windscape , 25 ten-forty foot tall wool "meadow sails" at Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT

Windscape, 25 ten-forty foot tall wool "meadow sails" at Shelburne Farms, Shelburne, VT

Shelburne Farms

Four month long residency through Burlington City Arts

Shelburne Farms is a non-profit institution dedicated to the sustainability......See More....

 



     Duck Peony , duck feathers, hardware cloth, 2015

 Duck Peony, duck feathers, hardware cloth, 2015

MarWin Farm

Wanting to understand my role as an omnivore I visited MarWin Farm......See More


Hartsbrook School Farm

Hadley, Massachusetts

 These projects at the farm were among my first and were formative in understanding what it means to work with animals, the farming practices of the farm, and what the environment will do to the materials.


 Building cob in the pasture, using earth, sand, manure, horse hair with the big hearted work horses of  Blue Star Equiculture

Building cob in the pasture, using earth, sand, manure, horse hair with the big hearted work horses of Blue Star Equiculture

Blue Star Equiculture

Palmer, Massachusetts

Pamela Richenback-Moshimer and countless volunteers

2013-2015 ongoing work

Blue Star Equiculture is a draft horse sanctuary for retired, disabled and homeless work-horses. The farm, in concert with the community, helps working horses live out their days in comfort and dignity. The beautiful muddy paddock holds the imprints of the comings and goings day after day of 32 horses, people and tractors. It is here where man, animal and machine interacted and where I based my work at the farm. See More......

Pleiades was an installation of seven felted, raw-wool meadow sails measuring 20 feet tall. See More.....