steel, acrylic, wood
It is impossible to see in photos, but the blue sheets (joined by a spiral binder you can see) are a calendar. The three overlapping shapes have Stonehenge sandblasted into each surface.
The clear winding handles (marked A and B) are free to move just like the real ones.
Notice that the clock face changed from the sketch.
This sculpture depicts the effects of erosion in sort of a ‘time lapse’ still, as the Rocks tumble down the hill. The steel base has a nice curve to help break the plane. This sculpture sat in the dark under the stairs in our Greeley home. Putting it in the sunshine was a top priority once we moved to Maryland and had this nice site.