“Stand of Elms” Installed 2011


An illuminated, glass Sculpture installed at the University of Maine, Orono.


The photographs wrap around the cube as one continuous landscape and capture a group of American Elm trees in Castine, Maine.


History: The University’s campus mall was at one time lined with American Elm trees - almost all of which suffered the blight of Dutch Elm Disease. Dr. Richard Campana (1918 - 2005, professor emeritus at the University of Maine, Orono) was an expert on Dutch Elm Disease and helped develop/administer a vaccine that saved innumerable American Elm trees including more than 300 in the town of Castine, Maine.


Size: 4' x 4' x 5.5'

Materials: Photographic Glass, Lighting, Granite



"Stand of Elms" 2011

Illuminated, glass Sculpture

Size: 4' x 4' x 5.5'

Percent for Art Commission: Orono Maine

University of Maine, Campus Mall


"Stand of Elms" 2011

Illuminated, glass Sculpture

Size: 4' x 4' x 5.5'

Percent for Art Commission: Orono Maine

University of Maine, Campus Mall

A stop-motion animation photographed at night while walking around "Stand of Elms" at the University of Maine, Orono.



"Stand of Elms" 2011

Illuminated, glass Sculpture

Size: 4' x 4' x 5.5'

Percent for Art Commission: Orono Maine

University of Maine, Campus Mall


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