Colony, 2009 
       
     
 An artwork in the form of a panoramic, room-spanning frieze installed in the richly ornamented Glyndor House at Wave Hill for an exhibition commemorating the Hudson River Quadricentennial. In place of the usual Old World classical themes it substitutes a local Native American iconography of beaver skulls, corn, squash, and oysters—whole, devoured, or damaged.
       
     
Colony, 2009 
       
     
Colony, 2009 

Plaster
8 × 586 × 2.5 inches

 An artwork in the form of a panoramic, room-spanning frieze installed in the richly ornamented Glyndor House at Wave Hill for an exhibition commemorating the Hudson River Quadricentennial. In place of the usual Old World classical themes it substitutes a local Native American iconography of beaver skulls, corn, squash, and oysters—whole, devoured, or damaged.
       
     

An artwork in the form of a panoramic, room-spanning frieze installed in the richly ornamented Glyndor House at Wave Hill for an exhibition commemorating the Hudson River Quadricentennial. In place of the usual Old World classical themes it substitutes a local Native American iconography of beaver skulls, corn, squash, and oysters—whole, devoured, or damaged.