Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Why I Go To Work Each Day

Until March 5, 2006, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is featuring the work of Charles Herndon. Herndon works out of his studios on Kelleys Island in Lake Erie. His work derives, in large part, from his experience of the natural features and processes he has observed on the island. Herdon does interesting sculptures using the glacial erratics that he collects from the region.

The Dept. of Vert Paleo has produced a cast of the ‘Herdon Bird’ that is available to purchase through the bookstore.

Photos © M. Ryan.