Exhibition: Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object
April 18 - October 11, 2009
Rona Pondick has become one of the most accomplished sculptors of her generation. She combines both ancient sculptural methods and the latest computer technologies to produce hybrid sculptures that fuse human and animal bodies or human and flora forms. Pondick selected works from the museum's collection that she feels resonate with her own creativity and produced 14 sculptures that focus on her interest in three aspects of sculpture - gesture and posture, the treatment of hair, and the effects of repetition. On view until October 11, 2009, the exhibition is free with the price of admission.
Photo caption: Rona Pondick Muskrat 2005 H: 10 inches (25.40 cm) W: 12 ½ inches (31.75 cm) D: 4 5/8 inches (11.68 cm)