Thursday, December 1, 2016

UNC Native Bee Sculptures Installed

The final step in the Fall 2016 Maker In Residence project was the installation of the student sculptures in the Coker Arboretum and the Community Garden.

Coker Arboretum curator Margo MacIntyre worked with me to display sculptures in trees near the arbor entrance of the garden.

Annie McDarris' little flower 

Ritam Chakraborty's "trompe l'eoil" tree branch

Nissa Coit's remembrance of Alice in Wonderland

Community Garden  staff and volunteers pause in their labors to pose with Zachary Gonzales' bright flower sculpture

Zac's piece 

Sarah Wright's colorful balloon. Sarah volunteers at the Community Garden 

Laurina Bird's abstract form

Helina Wolf also went abstract and finished her sculpture in bright yellow

Nancy Dianderas' "Curious" owl

Liza Zhytkova's Aztec sun god 

Zita Voros' tarnished bronze flower

We are blessed to have these excellent botanical gardens in our UNC community. Visit the Coker Arboretum and the Community Garden to see these creative student sculptures.

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