Sculptures by Linda Fleming seen at International Quilt Study Center & Museum, Lincoln - Reverie
Sculptures by Linda Fleming seen at International Quilt Study Center & Museum, Lincoln - Reverie
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Reverie was commissioned for the International Quilt Study Center by the Duncan Family in honor of their mother Betty Duncan. Created by artist Linda Fleming, this piece is made of powder-coated steel and stands 11.5 feet high x 26 feet long x 20 feet across. The sculpture contains 5 chairs inviting the viewer to enter the work and experience the light and shadow play across the space.

Meet the Creator

Linda Fleming

Oakland, CA

"My works hint at the co-existence of the mundane and the cosmological where two realities simultaneously exist including the possibility that the past is also present. The structures are diagrams of thought that provide a glimpse of the strangeness beyond the everyday world; opening a place where thought becomes tangible, history leaves a trace, and information exhales form. Physical sensation and perception are interdependent and I sometimes wonder if what I am seeing is an indication of something outside of what I know or a sudden awareness of the blood vessels coursing through my eyes. Material can never fully communicate thought, which makes these elaborate constructions more poignant in their attempt than they would ever be in their articulateness."

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