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  • Meg Webster's sculpture Lifted Conical Depression. Full description in body text.
  • Meg Webster's sculpture Lifted Conical Depression. Full description in body text.

Lifted Conical Depression

1990
Meg Webster
Copper ring with earthwork. 48” h x 15’ diam.
Photo Credit: 
Rochelle Parry

 

 

Webster is an artist who combines the minimalist vocabulary with ecological concerns. Her work varies from earth mounds, cones and cylinders involving soil, sea salt and beeswax to full scale, outdoor gardens. Here, her low-lying copper planter with Cloudberry slowly descends in a conical shape back into the earth.

Funding provided by

Gift of the Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection, 2005, in honor of Karen W. Morse, President, and Sarah Clark-Langager, Curator. Installation funded by Virginia and Bagley Wright and President Karen W. Morse's designation from the Amendt Presidential Endowment.

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