Sculpture: 'Drip Line Drawing #1: Fallen Brothers (Custom statues)' by Deanna Pindell
A 300 foot-long drawing as a temporary public artwork at Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend, WA. White flour was used to outline the root-systems of trees in a row of poplars, and to mark the vacant places of departed trees.
Poplars are often planted as a row of sacrificial trees, to protect areas so that slower-growing trees may take root. I saw this row of trees as a metaphor for the soldiers of the Fort, sacrificed to protect others. White flours was used to make visible the dripline, which nourishes the unseen root-tips.
12 in x 40 ft x 300 ft (height x width x depth)
approx: 0.3 x 12.19 x 91.44 m
white flour; 4 living poplar trees; 7 departed trees
Drip Line Drawing #1: Fallen Brothers (Custom statues)
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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