Clare Verstegen: Measured Accumulation

Ziek, Bhakti
October 2006
Surface Design Journal;Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p12
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the artist Clare Verstegen and his creations made of accumulated materials. He makes artworks, form elements like rocks, sand and leaves that usually symbolize the weathering of time. One of his installations is the rearrangement of stones or what he called as "Stone Garden." Meanwhile, his "Water Gauge" also depicts the importance of water in nature.


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