Linda Huey: Botanical Adaptations exhibit
Rebar, our word for the day, is a steel reinforcing rod in concrete. Its rusted form is the material used by sculptor Linda Huey who explores how nature falls victim to urban structures. At "Linda Huey: Botanical Adaptations" you'll see flowers growing out of geometric tubes, tiny city buildings on leaves, and other examples of neglect.--June Wulff, Globe Staff
Huey fashions her flower sculptures from clay. They have rebar stems and textures that evoke the city's grit and litter. With a humorous… Show more
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