We are done.
Sadly however the controversy is if anything heating up. I would call it petty politics and I haven't read anymore, but The Gillette News Record ran an article in the same vein, which spread to Montana and legislators are asking questions. The President of UW was interviewed on radio and said something like Art should be free to say what it likes - again I am going on hearsay.
However people in favour of what this work might imply are coming out of the woodwork and Jim Robbins will have an article in the New York Times on Thursday, which I think will be a voice for the forests. Others too want to talk about the art, so watch his space. As for me, I am very happy with the work.
This is a blog of ongoing projects starting with: 1) Antarctica -Dec. 2006 - February 2007 2) Work made from the experience 2008 3) Nevada Feb. - Oct. 2008
- The Sucker Done dried up itself
- Carbon Stink
- Horses, Steers, Bulls, Cowboys 'n things
- University sculpture upsets Wyoming coal industry
- Believe it or not the Dinosaurs eventually died ou...
- Coal-Themed Sculpture Annoys Lawmakers
- Carbon Sink, University of Wyoming
- Day 7 Carbon Sink
- Day 6, Carbon Sink
- Big Hollow and the Mountains from the Observatory
- Day 5, Carbon Sink
- Full Moon over Big Hollow by iphone
- Day 4 Carbon Sink
- Day 3 Carbon Sink
- Day 2, Wyoming
- Laramie - day 1
- PARIS AND WYOMING
- ▼ July (17)