Sculptures by Mary Chomenko Hinckley seen at One Colorado, Old Pasadena, Old Pasadena - ““Pasadena Coyote””

““Pasadena Coyote””

Coyote, an IBM printer box and a section of wall and walkway are cast in bronze. Nature and culture meet up at this public sculpture in Old Town Pasadena. Who is the interloper? Installed in 1992 in the redevelopment project of this upscale complex. The coyote stands in front of Il Fornaio restaurant.

Meet the Creator

Mary Chomenko Hinckley is a sculptor, glassworker and picture maker. Monotypes, photographs, paintings, cast paper, bronze and resin have all been employed in making images and objects in her studio life over the past 40 years. Recently, glass has proved to be an intriguing, tangible, malleable material with an inherently rich color palette. The transformation of glass through cutting, crushing, melting, and fusing, creates new and enthralling visual relationships. Hinckley employs whatever medium necessary to resolve the tension and cohabitation between culture and the natural world.
Represented by Augen Gallery, Portland, OR

Available for commission/custom work