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By Tammy Jordan

Alison Stigora explores contrasts with her installation at Sculpture in the Wild


Last updated 9/18/2019 at 11:41am

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With the last wall of the armature was raised into place Alison Stigora smiles as she stands in the entry to her sculpture.

Last Friday morning Alison Stigora was taking measurements and getting lumber ready for the armature of her piece at Sculpture in the Wild.

Stigora's sketches for her work show a piece people can interact with, walk into and sit with. The outside will be sheathed horizontally with burnt wood harvested from the the Park Creek Fire burn area. The inside will be vertical tongue and groove pine wi...

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