Moving right along on the Drinking Fountain. The mosaic base is almost ready for the bronze frog.
There will be a party on the 4th October. Please come!
The Book Bench is in Missoula for the Festival of the Book. It will be auctioned to benefit Humanities Montana this weekend at the Holiday Inn. I can't wait to see it again!
There are lily pads & lotus flowers in the studio;
And a frog in Beall Park, just waiting to come together!
Just in time for snow, the final supporters tiles were installed.
Thanks to everyone involved; I hope the drinking fountain will be loved for many years.
We got the drinking fountain installed in time for the SLAM festival. It looks fantastic!
& it is functional! Much love all around. Still have some of the supporters tiles to engrave and install. It is a perfect addition to a great park in the middle of a hot hot summer.
This is how it looks in my backyard. The granite tiles are available for supporters to purchase & will be engraved. The foundation is ready & I am on schedule to install next week.
This is the first quarter of a 10' (3m) diameter base for a drinking fountain that will be installed in a local park. I am pre-casting the pebble-mosaic-concrete slabs off site. They will cure nice & slowly & then the whole installation can go in at once, in late july/early august. Which is why you haven't heard from me lately...
This was a lovely 5th grade legacy project with the students at Longfellow school in Bozeman.
Facilitated by Salal Huber-McGee (r), the kids made tiles which were then cast in bronze & formed into the base by Mitch Billis (l). I made a few ceramic tiles (mostly birds & fish) & helped them mosaic the globe; We all had a great time & think the result is brilliant!
Check it out on South Tracy, in front of the south entrance.
sarah lives, works and runs in bozeman, montana.