Featuring: Carol Wisker
The 3rd Street Gallery is proud to present a month long sculptural installation, Left Behind, in the Annex Gallery by gallery member, Carol Wisker.
Carol Wisker’s fiber and found object sculptures she calls Accumulators, are based on beach findings that come from the ocean picking up shells, fishing lines, seaweed and shards of life as they roll through the ocean as directed by the tides. They are metaphors for the wave or tide of people and the objects they leave behind. The largest Accumulator is eight-feet long containing a myriad of domestic items including broken door “hinges” and broken keys. A lone fiber and ceramic figure, still standing tall but ravaged by war, surveys her torn-apart body and surrounding landscape.