“Rockland and Portland are leading a resurgence of 3D design.”

We are pleased to be included in Portland Press Herald’s review of outdoor sculpture in our state. Daniel Kany, Press Herald’s art critic featured our piece, an “exciting, jangly and teetering 12-foot pile of four single-family homes,” alongside the newly unveiled “Digital Man” by Johnathan Borofsky at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland.

Both of these pieces and all their 3D glory are just the latest in the recent revival of public sculpture in the state. One just has to take a walk down Congress Street in Portland to see Charlie Hewitt’s 25-foot “Rattles,” Robert Indiana’s “7” or the bricks from the Portland Brick Project.

Read the full review here.