A Martha’s Vineyard residency program for site-specific art.
Photo Credit: SueJoy Catandella. Photoshop: Angela Yao.
September 11, 2011
About September 11, 2011, Sherman writes, "Being name Mary and, hence, quite contrary, I figured that
everyone would somehow use the landscape to make a piece; so I chose the sky. What could be better? A full moon was imminent. The
artists around me fantastic. And, the area I chose - a haunting grove of standing dead oaks - was perfectly sublime.
"All that was needed was champagne and a few more stars (43 to be exact). Thus, after numerous tests with glow-in-the dark paint,
Johannes Michler finding Lunker Lights® and hours of repeatedly wading through brambles to
climb a 40' ladder to hang an array of extra celestial orbs, everyone was invited to a viewing, a twilight picnic-hunt for stars,
divining new constellations, telepathing moon messages to lost friends and distant lovers and remembering:
"Two armies fight throughout the day,