The hands, particularly the Baby Hands, represent the extreme importance and the accompanying demands of nurturing. No Wrong Way was commissioned by the Slocum River Reserve, which is owned by The Trustees of Reservations. This public space has nature walks, fields and woodlands where parents often bring their children. This sculpture is a whirligig with hands.It is meant to reference those conversations between parent and child which start with “Look!”.
Up and Out, Artpace, Hudson (Show) Room, San Antonio, TX
They Still Cast Shadows, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA
The River Project at the Slocum River Reserve, Dartmouth, MA
Public art installation, June 2015 – May 2016