That's exactly how I felt as I meandered through Patrick Dougherty's latest installation at Maryland Hall in Annapolis entitled "Old Home Place." It was an additional delight for me to be in the middle of one of Patrick's works given I had researched and written about him in December 2020.
In order to make this structure, it took four truckloads of local sycamore, sweet gum, and willow branches collected from Maryland's Eastern Shore in early May. Depending on the weather, this environmental art is slated to last for 1-3 years.
|A panoramic view from inside one of the "huts."|
|A selfie inside|
To learn more, check out these Capital Gazette articles about Patrick Dougherty creating this installation:
Pictures taken from my camera at Maryland Hall. Title picture created at canvas.com.
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