As I'm cranking up promotion for the Little White House Project and facing the challenges of doing a public art installation in a college town, my thoughts wander to the Pioneer Women exhibit last summer which also had challenges. As we were installing the exhibit at the Jasper Rand Museum and the Storefront installations in Westfield, the city started tearing up the sidewalks.. There are always challenges when working in the public realm, it's learning to roll with the punches. One of the stars for Pioneer Women is Rosalyn Driscoll (image of What is meant to be) whose tactile sculptures engage the viewers, visually and with touch.
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