|Dimensions||18 × 31 × 10 in|
This carving was a cooperative effort of Helen Lee and Paul. It is an outdoor installation at the Oak Hill School in Hartford CT and is a memorial honoring Mary Cheney, a Connecticut pioneer in increasing museum access to people with visual impairments. It is the largest piece I have ever completed, weighing approximately 350 pounds. We designed the shape of this piece as a metaphor for the infinite work Mary put into her accessibility efforts on behalf of art lovers who are blind and to the lasting example of helping others she has set for us all to follow. The infinite cycle of the King Salmon’s birth/death, in itself an infinite striving to reach perfection!
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