Hare Ball (Study in Positive and Negative Spherical Space)
17" x 17" x 17"
The sculpture is a steel sphere formed from curved and joined plates cut into silhouettes of Nova Scotia Snowshoe Hares. It appears as a metallic globe with a complex pattern of negative spaces and positive shapes which interact rapidly when viewed in changing perspective. The exterior surfaces have a softly burnished patina with copper and steel highlights. The interior is matte black.
Second Biennial Appalachian Corridors Juried Exhibition - Avampato Discovery Museum, Charleston, WV.
Honorable Mention; 31st Annual Members Craft Exhibition - Rehoboth Art League, Rehoboth Beach, DE.
71st Annual Cumberland Valley Artists Exhibition - Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD.