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Elizabeth Miller McCue

Dorothy Was Here
2000, 2005
32 x 122 x 62
Mixed Media

Created for the Philadelphia Sculptors 2000 exhibit at the Woodmere Art Museum, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA Dorothy Was Here has subsequently been exhibited at the sculpture courtyard of The Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA; the Sculpture Center of the Kouros Gallery (NY, NY) in Ridgefield, CT; Princeton Day School, Princeton, NJ, and most recently on the grounds of Summit High School, Summit, NJ, through funding provided by S.O.A.P. [Summit Original Art Projects] and the Mayor’s Partnership for the Arts. Dorothy's ruby slippers are magical images from childhood. A sculpture to play in and on, intended to be discovered unexpectedly outdoors in a fairy tale setting of trees and greenery, it is an image of adventure into the world over the rainbow of The Wizard of Oz.