All Eyes and Ears

Tal Streeter || Endless Column, 1968 || Painted steel
David Smith || Portrait of a Lady Painter, 1954/1956–57 || Bronze
Siah Armajani || Gazebo for Two Anarchists: Gabriella Antolini and Alberto Antolini, 1992 ||
Painted steel and wood
Anarchist # 1
Anarchist # 2
Alexander Liberman || Adam, 1970 || Painted steel
Louise Bourgeois || Eyes, 2001 || Bronze, silver nitrate patina, and electric lights
Mark Dion || Brontosaurus, 2016 (detail) || Mixed media installation
Ionic Columns, circa 1834, originally part of the Armstrong Mansion at Danskammer Point, New York

Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor museum located in New York’s Hudson Valley, where visitors experience large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissions under open sky. Since 1960, Storm King has been dedicated to stewarding the hills, meadows, and forests of its site and surrounding landscape. Building on the visionary thinking of its founders, Storm King supports artists and some of their most ambitious works. Changing exhibitions, programming, and seasons offer discoveries with every visit. [source]

Storm King Art Center, New Windsor, NY

July 13th, 2019

The Vortex, at last…!

That electrifying sensation of free flowing energy coming up from the ground, flowing all through your body, a tingling running down to your fingertips, making the small hairs at the back of your neck stand up, leaving you wondering what just happened? You found the vortex! Sedona was saving the best for last. We shared it with a yogi flutist and his dog, a married couple staging their wedding photos, a few other photographers, some people that came to enjoy the sunset. Now we could leave Sedona feeling happy (although not happy to leave Sedona).

Airport Mesa.

A short trail for 360° views of Sedona and loads of good energy.

Sedona, AZ

May 4th, 2019