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Subject: Arts: Art & Artists

Artists of Vision Series

This unique series introduces viewers to a number of the most collected contemporary artists in the world, admired not only for their artistic genius, but also for their ability to express their vision for the 21st century through works of art that reflect a deep respect for their heritage and an innate appreciation Click for more

Partick Dougherty: Twisted Logic

Best Arts Documentary -NY Intl. F&V Festival
Silver Award: Best Art Doc -Telly Awards
Outstanding Entry: Silver Award -Davey Awards

Artist Patrick Dougherty, also known as the "Stick Man," is an internationally acclaimed sculptor who has created over 175 site-specific sculptures throughout the world, including Crossing Over at the American Craft Museum in New York City; Toad Hall at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden in California; Childhood Dreams at the Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, Arizona; Nine Lives at the Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus, Ohio; Trailheads at the NC Museum of Art in Raleigh; and Twisted Logic, which is the focus of this documentary, at the Grounds for Sculpture, the 35-acre public sculpture park located in Hamilton, NJ, founded by the renowned American sculptor J. Seward Johnson. A native of North Carolina, Dougherty combines carpentry skills with his love for nature, using sticks and tree saplings to twist, weave and wrap his medium into immense, organic sculptures. What makes this exhibition and program so unique is not only do we see the artist build his sculpture firsthand, but also he involves scores of volunteers from the community to assist him with the creation, integrating their suggestions, while constantly sharing his vision of the final work. The DVD's 34-min. "Bonus" Chapter features four parts: Twisted; Aylin Green; Brooke Barrie; Volunteers. Produced by BG&V Productions, LLC. 2010 IJSCA 52 min.
Also See: The Garden of Artists Series
Also produced by BG&V Productions: Mr. B's Studio: An Introduction to Digital Production Series





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