Boston Sculptors at Chesterwood
Stockbridge, MA, 2015
Chesterwood is the summer home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French
The installation brings back to life a hundred-year-old abandoned cistern Chester built in 1901 to store water for his house and studio.
The passage of time is revealed as the sun moves across the sky each day, and forest detritus drifts in over the weeks and months. The installation celebrates the nature of water and its seemingly endless capacity to absorb our waste and our sorrows.