"I began exploring the use of natural rocks in creating sculptures at this site in 1986. The sculptures are free-standing, unattached and temporal, dismantled by nature each winter season. The rocks are about 325 million years old and are heavily fossilized, with a rich variety of colour, texture and form unique to the region. The process of the work is to use the rocks as they are, with nature providing all the necessary elements. The sculptures are constructed entirely by hand and without assistance. The "art of balance" is essential, and basic masonry skills maintain the structural integrity." John F. Ceprano/Plate at Remic Rapids Park by Canada National Capital Commission
ECOARTPEDIA 2010 Special Edition-EARTH DAY 40th Anniversary presents G2PA-2010 Exhibition of ECOARTNET artist John F. Ceprano 2009 "Fractal Nature"/Photosynth by Nohra Corredor/2010 sponsored by Fifth Season on-line Gallery...
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