Directions 1. Hwy 101 exit 10
2. West towards Wolfville
3. Right onto Grand Pré Rd
4. Left onto W Long Island Rd
5. Immediately on right Please view from the road. N 45° 08.015 W 064° 18.914
Artist Nicole Evans and Patrick Farrell Nicole Evans first expressed herself in visual arts when she, Pat Farrell, and Terry Drahos created the mysterious Twig People of Wolfville. The year long adventure was so creatively fulfilling and so much fun that when she was approached to contribute to Uncommon Common Art she leapt at it. This is Evans' eleventh installation for UCA, nine of which have been in partnership with Patrick Farrell. Patrick Farrell studied at the Vancouver School of Art and the Kootenay School of Art. After graduating he opened a graphic art studio and designed and built houses. Upon moving east he returned to drawing and sculpting. Farrell also restores historic buildings. This is his ninth installation in collaboration with Evans.
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Emergency Exit The artists return to the theme of doors in their eleventh installation for Uncommon Common Art. What seems like a simple illusion of flight is in actuality a complex feat of engineering. Not only do the artists fight gravity, they also fight the brutal North Grand Pré wind, an old and constant nemesis. This piece is in keeping with their mandate of making art from found objects. The artists and property owners ask that the installation be viewed from the road. Attempts to sit on or climb the installation are dangerous. This installation sponsored by in New Minas
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