The Bedford Stuyvesant environment, Propagation,
completed in 1990, was a turning point when I understood the
wisdom of facilitating others to create their own public art.
Another turning point occurred in 1997 when I
orchestrated those touched by cancer in the creation of a Healing
Arbor on the Kingston, NY waterfront.
This project, intended for a six month stay, was granted
its long term residence by the mayor of that time.
As a living place it continues now on the grounds of
Benedictine Hospital in Kingston.
I am orchestrating A
Pathway Through Time, honoring the Woodstock, NY Library
Upcoming, I will orchestrate a Living
With Uncertainty Sanctuary, to be created with
intergenerational, well and ill or disabled participants.