Thursday, January 28, 2016
Image of the Day - Sinaguan Refuge
The Sinaguan Refuge was made from a piece Mississippi River driftwood pulled out of the river during the recent flood waters that came down from the central part of the United States. I am unsure even what kind of wood it is, but the unique holes bored into from some long gone parasite reminded me so much of the Indian Cliff Dwellings in the southern deserts of the U.S. that I knew the piece needed to resemble those ancient ruins. I've always had a love affair with the lost Sinaguan Indian tribes so the piece means a lot to me personally.
It will be shown in the upcoming March 2016 reception "Between the Darkness and the Light"
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