An installation created in response to the original use of the gallery as a chapel. A 10' x 10' room with walls of poured salt and reflected light filled the original altar space, while seven torsos of cast beeswax covered with barnacles faced a wall of illuminated boxes of honey in various states of crystallization. Each box contained a single twig from a New England tree wrapped in copper wire.
“Questions at the heart of all religions but older than any.”
Joanne Silver, Boston Herald
“A testament to faith.”
Christine Temin, Boston Globe
“Metamorphoses are welcome.”
Marty Carlock, Wayland Crier
“Based upon themes crucial to many world religions, the work is inspired and driven by the historical significance of the materials….”