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Shelley Parriott’s “Color Field Sculpture®, Warm Palette”

April 16, 2024

Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of a new public art installation located in Wolfs Lane Park, “Color Field Sculpture®, Warm Palette” by Shelley Parriott! ABOUT THE ARTIST Shelley Parriott has degrees from The Rhode Island School of Design (BFA) and Boston University (MFA). Her work has been exhibited and collected in […]

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The Conversation Sculpture by Musa Hixson

June 2, 2021

Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce the opening of a new public art installation located in Wolfs Lane Park. “The Conversation Sculpture” by Brooklyn artist Musa Hixson is a 9ft x 6ft x 6ft steel sculpture with three seats enclosed in its frame that mimics a blooming flower. The artist shares on his installation: […]

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Yarn Bombing Wolfs Lane Park by Melissa Maddonni Haims

June 19, 2019

Pelham Art Center presents the work of Melissa Maddonni Haims for a site-specific installation of soft sculpture embracing nature in Wolfs Lane Park. Melissa Maddonni Haims is a sculptor based in Philadelphia who creates knit graffiti, soft sculpture, and large-scale installations using knitted and crocheted yarns.  The majority of her work is produced using recycled, […]

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Touchstones by Beatrice Wolert

November 20, 2018

A touchstone is a reference point from which other things can be evaluated. The work was inspired by the way people interact with their community and public park space. The work is meant to highlight how Wolfs Lane Park is a touchstone for the community. Wolert is creating two large-scale “Touchstones” that are intended for […]

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Human Nature by Anki King

November 20, 2018

Human Nature is created from natural materials (branches and vines), woven together in a human form. As humans we are dependent on nature and there is a tension effected as we are, at the same time, capable of destroying it and thereby ourselves. If we are able to see ourselves as part of nature instead […]

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Wiechquaes Keck by Anthony Heinz May

November 20, 2018

Massive trees on the edge of rural Oregon valleys and farmlands where Anthony Heinz May grew up root his earliest memories. Much of his time was spent in contemplation of the natural world encompassing him. Still fascinated by nature and its complexity, Heinz May combines his earliest visions and how humans relate to nature with […]

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ModernDance by Elizabeth Knowles and Bill Thielen

August 27, 2018

Natural patterns inspire the work of Elizabeth Knowles and William Thielen. Separately they have created individual bodies of work over the last 25 years. During this time they were engaging in a dynamic, verbal dialogue on aesthetics and philosophy. Resulting from this long-term discourse is the recent collaboration the site-specific outdoor installation ModernDance. ModernDance celebrates […]

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