Wind Sculpture Installed for Wilderness

Aerovane sculpture installed in Aspen March 2013, as snow began to melt.

ASPEN, COLORADO – The installation called Invisible Aerovanes worked perfecting in the heavy snow conditions common in this world-renowned ski town, according to the artists Steuart Bremner & Terry Talty, who made the piece. Installed at the Red Brick Center for the Arts in Aspen, this sculpture consists of nine elements that look something like…

On seeing the Forest for the Trees

An environmental sculpture BRECKENRIDGE – July 4, 2012 With the grueling Firecracker 50 Bike Race set for the Fourth of July, dozens of riders were training hard on the days leading up to the event, and many were wondering about a bunch of dead lodgepoles dancing around the woods next to the Moonstone Trail –…

Pilgrimage to the Jetty

Visit to the Spiral Jetty, Robert Smithson's sculpture in the Great Salt Lake

Smog and Spirals in Utah Winter February 20, 2008 WEST of CORRINE, UTAH – Thirty miles west of I-15, the Interstate that runs the length of the smog-filled valley blunted to the east by the Wasatch Range and polluted by Salt Lake City industry, cars and more cars running from Wyoming to Provo, we found…