Marga Lincoln For the Independent Record
For a very special walk in the woods, check out Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild this coming month.
Now in its 10th year, Sculpture in the Wild offers a host of events this September, including artist residencies by three returning sculptors who are creating new works in this unique sculpture park on the outskirts of Lincoln.
The Wilbur Rehmann Quartet kicks off the month with a jazz concert 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2, in the TeePeeBurner.
Returning UK sculptors Sam Clayton and Mark Jacobs, who are collaborating on a work, and sculptor and metalsmith Kevin O’Dwyer, the former Sculpture in the Wild artistic director and curator, begin their artist residencies Sept. 5.
They will be creating new works on a new addition to BPSW, a 15-acre piece of Forest Service land that adjoins the original 23-acre site on DNRC land. Both parcels are accessed off Highway 200, directly across the road from the Lincoln Ranger District office.
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BPSW launched in 2014 and is now home to 22 art installations.
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