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A Square Yard of Grass at REDUX

A Square Yard of Grass
A Square Yard of Grass                   1998

This work is currently in the exhibition titled, REDUX: Repurposed Materials at the University of Mary Washington Galleries in Fredericksburg, Virginia. View the exhibition on Facebook. If you live near Fredericksburg, I hope you can go.

A Square Yard of Grass by Harriete Estel Berman is about the environmental impact of lawns on our environment..Lwuy

REDUX: Repurposed Materials

EXHIBITION DATES: October 26 – November 30
    Download REDUX Catalog
    University of Mary Washington Galleries
    Ridderhof Martin Gallery
    1301 College Avenue at Seacobeck Street
    Fredericksburg, VA    22401
GRASScard
a Grass postcard is available for purchase.
                10 cards for $25.00 plus $5.00 shipping.
                Dimension of card: 4.25" height x 18" long.
                Folds to 4.25" x 6" long or
                Cut into 3 individual 4" x 6" postcards.

Below is my 8 minute Grass/gras' video about the construction of a lawn size sculpture of a grass lawn.


Grass
raises many points. These blades of grass are cut from post consumer tin cans and reflect upon our consumer society's preoccupation that everything can be bought including happiness and a green lawn.

Each blade of grass has printed images and advertising.

Beyond the sculptural presence and artistic impact, this sculpture carries a very serious environmental message. Lawn maintenance requires tons of fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides which then wash into our surface water and ground water. In the Unites States, the lawn, or “turfgrass,” is the single largest irrigated crop, three times larger than corn. Add the air pollution involved in lawn mowers, etc. and you have a huge environmental impact.

Square Yard of Grass by Harriete Estel Berman is a sculpture about the environmental impact of lawns.AR

P.S. Back to the white tent display issues tomorrow and Tuesday with phenomenal ideas from window display.

Harriete

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