Posts Tagged ‘Augustus Saint-Gaudens’

Judy Kensley McKie

Saturday, December 2nd, 1995

Work­ing in bronze, that most ancient and endur­ing of mate­ri­als, JUDY MCK­IE’s work reveals the pow­er of art to con­sole and heal. Her Bird Foun­tain has the silent, soar­ing pres­ence of great mourn­ing mon­u­ments. “The water makes you feel calm and peaceful,” she says. “It’s nour­ish­ing. A life force.”

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Henry Hobson Richardson

Friday, July 1st, 1983

HENRY HOBSON RICHARDSON used the col­ors of the earth like paint, and han­dled stones and trees with a giant’s strength and a sculptor’s grace. The poet­ry of his archi­tec­ture makes the stones sing. 

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