Embark/Embrace Lakedale Resort

A red cedar log felled on its side at the edge of a lake explodes into large splintering shards of wood. From this chaos the pieces align themselves to form a split rail fence.  The wooden log is used temporarily for man’s purpose as a boundary to divide land and water but in time it will decompose and return to nature. 

 The red cedar tree trunk arrives to the site.

The red cedar tree trunk arrives to the site.

 placed on the bank

placed on the bank

 the shards of split rail emerge from the trunk

the shards of split rail emerge from the trunk

 Bronze creatures to be installed on the fence/rails.  Osmoid beetle, Townsend's Vole, Western Toad and Western Salamander,  yet to be added, Garter Snake and Western Pond Turtle

Bronze creatures to be installed on the fence/rails.  Osmoid beetle, Townsend's Vole, Western Toad and Western Salamander,  yet to be added, Garter Snake and Western Pond Turtle

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 Janet with Anthony Heinz May, checking out the sculpture from the water   

Janet with Anthony Heinz May, checking out the sculpture from the water

 

 The Artists:  Shelley Bogaert, Anthony Heinz May and Janet Austin

The Artists:  Shelley Bogaert, Anthony Heinz May and Janet Austin