Heaven and Earth 1: 2009
Heaven and Earth 2: 2010
Heaven and Earth 3: 2011
Heaven and Earth 4: 2012
Heaven and Earth 5: 2013
Heaven and Earth 6: 2014

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Press:

The Seattle Times
The News Tribune (Tacoma)
Ballard News Tribune

Participating Artists:

Barbara De Pirro
Miguel Edwards
Aaron Haba
Meredith Hall and Vaughn Bell
Todd Lawson
Julie Lindell
Peppé
Stephen Rock
Gerry Stecca
Kristin Tollefson
Sylwia Tur

Sponsored by:

Center on Contemporary Art
Carkeek Park Advisory Council
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Associated Recreational Council
Department of Neighborhoods

Supported by:

Seattle Weekly
Piper's Creek Nursery
Hardware Sales, Bellingham, WA
Ballard Hardware
Ballard Sheet Metal
Ballard Outdoor

Catalog Now Available

CoCA celebrates the Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at Carkeek Park with a book featuring the work of participating artists Barbara De Pirro, Miguel Edwards, Aaron Haba, Meredith Hall and Vaughn Bell, Todd Lawson, Julie Lindell, Peppé, Stephen Rock, Gerry Stecca, Kristen Tollefson, and Sylwia Tur. An essay by Curator David Francis, a brief history of Carkeek Park, and commentary by others fill out this unique volume.

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Heaven and Earth
Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition at Carkeek Park
June 26 - August 10, 2009

Curated by David Francis

In collaboration with the Carkeek Park Advisory Council, Seattle Parks and Recreation, the Department of Neighborhoods, and the Associated Recreational Council, CoCA will present an exhibition of temporary, outdoor sculptural installations in Carkeek Park organized around the theme of “Heaven and Earth,” from June 26 - August 10, 2009.

The sponsors asked artists for their interpretations of art and nature in a world of change.

Our parks are implicitly havens (“heavens”) where we go to relax, recreate, and, in Carkeek's case especially, walk through the woods. Carkeek is widely considered one of Seattle's premier urban forests...Sunset Magazine recently named it #3 among America's top 10 urban parks.

The artwork is constructed of primarily natural materials and is designed to have minimal impact on the park -- either decomposing organically, leaving “no trace” -- or, when removed at the end of the display period, leaving the park in essentially the same condition it was prior to installation.

Sponsored by:



Supported by:

Ballard Outdoor