About Santafe2018

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Santafe2018 has created 46 blog entries.

Native Bee House Project 2016

NATIVE BEE HOUSE PROJECT "Millions of bees are dying off, with alarming consequences for our environment and our food supply. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from almonds to strawberries to the hay used to feed dairy cows. What happens if the bees disappear? It's simple; No bees, no food." Objective: Bring

Shadow Light Lens – 2016

SHADOW LIGHT LENS Don Redman's temporary installation Shadow Light Lens was a monumental sculptural diptych in the Railyard Park. The two marine-grade stainless steel sculptures represents the artist's exploration of creating kinetic responses through an object with no moving parts. As sunlight penetrated the surfaces, the light created an array of two-dimensional shadows.

Blue Gorilla – 2015

BLUE GORILLA Don Kennell's Blue Gorilla was commissioned by the Philadelphia Zoo for their Second Nature exhibit. Made of salvaged automotive sheet metal, the 13 foot tall piece highlights the habitat destruction of endangered lowland gorillas. The sculpture depicts a forlorn and melancholy gorilla holding an actual car door. The sculpture is

Currents – 2015

CURRENTS NEW MEDIA Currents 2015: Santa Fe International New Media Festival: The Festival brings together the work of established, unrecognized and emerging New Media artists, from New Mexico, the US and the world. More information at currentsnewmedia.org.

Wheelbarrows – 2015

Doug Mehren's Wheelbarrows installation features eleven powder-coated wheelbarrows with accompanying steel figures, holding a variety of garden tools. The wheelbarrow sculptures are scattered throughout the park's gardens, so visitors can discover them as they explore the park. The installation is intended to engage and surprise park visitors with a delightfully colorful sculpture while they

Green Coyote – 2015

GREEN COYOTE Don Kennell's 13 ft x 16 ft Green Coyote was temporarily placed in the Railyard Park's picnic circle. The piece is constructed of up-cycled automobile sheet metal and now lives at it's permanent home outside Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return. Don's inspiration for the piece stems from a string

Home Is… – 2014

“Home Is…” was an interactive project in the Railyard Park by Artist Bobbe Besold. A chalkboard was installed for 6 months in which time the community was encouraged to venture into the park and contribute to the piece by writing what home means to them.

Axle Contemporary – 2013

Renga Project The Renga Project was situated in the Railyard Park. Renga is an ancient traditional collaborative form of poetry from Japan. Poets write a short stanzaresponding to what has come before it. The Renga Project was written by 50 New Mexico poets. Each season of the year began with a 6 stanza poem,