After the Falmouth dump was reconfigured to become a
Landfill (much higher class to call it that, don’t you
think?), the powers there freed up a large space for Found
Artists to display art. It seems so appropriate to bring
back finished pieces for display, since many of the hundreds
of pounds of the raw material came from the dump to begin
with. The public witness first-hand the value of
Octopus climbing from his hiding place
With brooms for hands, heavy gauge electric cord for hair,
a bicycle seat for a head, what more could this crazy lady
need than a telephone to talk to her friends with??
FishHawk catches a fish.
Frank Klimm , Chief Dump Operator for many years, asked me
to create a seagull to watch over his domain, and so I
did. The live gulls out there like it too. This sculpture
is almost entirely windsurf board. His beak is a