susie osler

Gearing up for another great year at Fieldwork

With 2 weeks to go before the opening of our 2014 exhibition, things are heating up around the field.  Spring has arrived in its full glory. After a long dormancy the poplars are just beginning to blush verdant green, the pin cherries are blossoming, the field is greening up fast and the air is rich with the layered and looping song of frogs and birds. Artists too are making their way to FIELDWORK, enlivening spaces within the landscape with their creative activities. 

Five new installations are being built in the few weeks before the opening on May 24th.  Here are a couple of pics of the first two as they evolve within the landscape.  The collaboration between Barbara Cuerden and Karina Kraenzle, Speaking Volumes: A Monument to the Book and Whip-poor-will, a collaboration between Marc Walter, Lisa Cresky and Susie Osler.

speaking volumes in process

 

 

 

 

 

 

whip-poor-will in process
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Wonderland at Fieldwork

fieldwork, joan scaglione, ribs of sky ribs of stone, 2012
fieldwork, barbara meneley, landmarks, winter 2012
fieldwork, susie osler, part lot 18 concession 6, timber frame barn
fieldwork, alicia marvan, winter 2012

We got a beautiful deep coating of snow over the Christmas holidays, some of which has stuck around for a while despite temperature fluctuations swinging well above zero.  The field and forest beyond is always interesting to explore in winter on foot, snowshoes, or skis.  It's great to see lots of tracks out there - evidence of visitations!

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