A bird-woman builds her nest on a curving pillar that integrates images of hands, leaves, bricks, windows, columns, saws, hammers and nails – symbolizing building, creativity, growth, hope and home.
This unique bronze, 72” x 32” x 22,” has had many lives. Most recently living in Emmet Square in Providence, Rhode Island for the year -- a loan through The Avenue Concept. The year before as part of an outdoor installation at The Kent Museum in Calais, Vermont. The original sculpture in cast stone was commissioned by the City of Tampa Public Art Program in 2010 for the Seminole Garden Center. That sculpture is located in the Seminole Heights neighborhood, known for the historic preservation of their architecture.