NEWS - December 2020 - #1

New York, New York!! ... Yes indeed - some new and very exciting news to share that I am also deeply thankful for.

My sculpture Cormorant and Moon Jellyfish  has now found its way to New York City to be part of the 87th Annual Award Winners Exhibition at the National Sculpture Society Gallery in Manhattan! 

The Award Winners Exhibition opens this coming Monday, November 30th and will be running through February 5th, 2021.

I know that there is much complexity with travel these days - however, should you live in proximity to New York City, and/or should your paths lead you to NYC during this exhibition's run, please feel free to contact the National Sculpture Society to learn more about planning a time to stop by.

CORMORANT AND MOON JELLYFISH

IN

MANHATTAN

AT THE 

NATIONAL SCULPTURE SOCIETY GALLERY'S

87th ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS EXHIBITION

I am deeply honored to have my work placed alongside the other splendid sculptures that make up this show. Further, I am truly thrilled to once again be presented with the remarkable opportunity to share my personal vision for high-craft bas relief sculpture with the visitors to the National Sculpture Society Gallery in New York! --- 

My sincerest thanks as always to everyone at NSS headquarters for their time, energy and thoughtfulness in helping to make this and every exhibition possible. --- 

… And my thanks to each of you for choosing to follow me here. It is a genuine pleasure to share this news and creative road with you all!

87tH ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS EXHIBITION PG

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CORMORANT AND MOON JELLYFISH

sculpture dialogue reads:

"I walked along my local river every morning in Tokyo, and through these wanders I became fascinated by the motion and energy of cormorants. With a turn of the head and a swirl of water they could transform themselves from ungainly terrestrials into efficient sub-surface hunters. One day, however, I found my river changed - overwhelmed by a jellyfish swarm. Water clarity was gone, the fish population soon devastated - and the once vibrant cormorant population ultimately left or perished. How very fragile is our world! Here then is my sculptural record of a microcosmic ecological collapse, with macrocosmic implications." JDW

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