We have arrived. Two installations are in progress as you read this. Earthbound Moon is proud to be supporting Scott Oliver in Rio del Oro, NM and Travis Somerville in Moriarty, NM. Both artists will be installing permanent works on their respective sites. Find out more about our artists, Scott Oliver and Travis Somerville and their work.
Rainbow Warriors is a permanent installation by Travis Somerville that will use light and the surrounding atmosphere to create high desert apparitions at night. The self-contained solar powered project will project a rainbow light upward from the earth, appearing and disappearing as dust, rain, snow and other particulate matter flow through the air.
A site-specific, cast concrete, sculpture, 7 large letters cast from local aggregate materials and made from the ground on which it rests, A New Horizon is literally part of the landscape. An event is planned on-site at the completion of the installation on October 19. Desert Dumbballs & Llano Stories is "a hybrid of contemporary Chautauqua and sculptural performance." The event will include performances and presentations that exploring the project site and its surroundings.
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Earthbound Moon creates publicly accessible contemporary sculpture by international artists in communities around the world. These artworks create a web of gathering places, sites of curiosity and engagement and wonder on a local and global scale. They function as a reminder, and a statement, that when we build and rebuild communities, alongside their commercial and financial needs we must also nurture their creative, spiritual, artistic, romantic and leisure needs.
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