Did you hate to have Thin Air Studio’s terrific construction disappear from the Weston Gallery’s street level space last summer? It was that very site-specific piece that incorporated bare branches lashed together with manila rope, producing a tree-like canopy where none is expected
. “Tidal,” a smaller example of Thin Air’s inspired use of Ohio River driftwood and other natural materials, is found on Main Street, permanently installed in Iris Book Cafe’s courtyard. Christopher Daniel and Kirk Mayhew, the sculptors who collaborate as Thin Air Studio, will speak about their work at 2 p.m. at Iris during the Main Street Second Sunday event.
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