CHARON’S STEEL STYX PASSAGE
1996, granite / steel, 17'4"h x 20'l x 6'w (527 x 609 x183 cm)

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Char·on
Pronunciation:
'kar-&n, 'ker-, -än
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin, from Greek CharOn
CHARON : a son of Erebus who in Greek mythology ferries the souls of the dead over the River Styx (the black river of the underworld). The piece is a celebration of life

and through its dramatic placement of elements and there suggestive movements, speaks to the need of grasping hold of life and living to its fullest.

Decorvoda Museum description

2021 installtion at Chesterwood, Stockbridge MA

2021 installtion at Chesterwood, Stockbridge MA

 

 

 

  

  

instllation at the Hyde Collection Art Museum, April 2022

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