There’s a small but lovely sculpture garden tucked behind the galleries in Tiverton Four Corners, though I can’t quite wrap my head around the three pieces that were introduced into the mix this year. The show is titled The Vast Horizontal Line of the Sea, though the concept seems rather random when viewing Jerry Mischak’s toxic-looking plaster flowers on concrete pedestals. Artist/curator Ben Anderson’s white oak Fisherman’s Totem is more on theme, a tower of egg shapes topped with a wheel of dangling glass orbs. Becci Davis’s elegant but elusive paper clay piece was the most intriguing, though no less confounding.
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The Vast Horizontal Line of the Sea
August 30 2018