Remedial site-specific environmental sculptural interventions are woven from invasive plant materials harvested from site. Exploring growth and decay, the sculptures are both growing and breaking down, simultaneously. Sculptural approaches can ameliorate multiple remediations. Nests for wild pollinators and living native vines that provide best food sources are included in the sculptures.
MAP Outdoor Classroom, Lewisburg, WV. This 1/2 acre remedial sculptural intervention is many gardens, it contains a labyrinth walking path flanked by diverse native plant beds, including a shale-bank type, a water garden, shady beds and meadow areas.
'A brief history of the whirled in shrubbery' is a remedial, site-specific environmental sculptural intervention. Woven from invasive plant materials harvested on site, coir matting and living native vines, the pieces explore the concept of growth and decay. The living sculptures are both growing and breaking down simultaneously as they create wild pollinator habitat with nesting sites and delicious berry-producing living native vines. The 1/4 acre site has multiple sculptures.