Ephemeral Art Program
The Ephemeral Arts Program, sponsored in collaboration with the Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection (RLEP) and the Rappahannock County Recreational Facilities Authority (RCRFA), features temporary art installations by local artists using natural materials from the environment at hand. Three proposals were selected from this year’s applicant pool:
- Barbara Sharp’s Domum Apes (A Home for Bees), a bee skep made with local grasses and woven together with cane.
- Regina Yurkonis’ Confluence, a wool “waterway” flowing from and through natural and human-made features connecting the land and its elements to our water and us.
- Dabney Kirchman’s Nature’s Eye, concentric circles of colored river rocks surrounding a central “eye.”
The art installations will remain in place through the last weekend of August.
To view previous installations click here
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