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One Step at a Time

Audio transcription:

“My name is Candyce Garrett and I live in Taos, New Mexico. I’m a granite sculptor and have been a sculptor since 1980. I’ve graduated to carving in granite, and started that in 1998. What I do is such a heavy material, and I do the larger scale, so I’m forced to use heavy, heavy equipment: overhead cranes, large forklifts, and large cranes. It’s like putting together a puzzle, and it’s very exciting for me. I wanted to do something different and I wanted to carry out a theme that I could work on and improve. So, quite by accident and I don’t even know what I was thinking, I decided to make granite look like it was piercing granite, but I wanted to use two colors. I had some black granite and I thought, ‘How can I utilize that?’ and then I thought, ‘I know; I’ll pierce the pink granite with the black.’ So I thought, ‘OK, now how am I going to do this?’ It was truly a process of just hit-and-miss for me.

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Dublin Art in Public Places
  1. Field of Corn (with Osage Orange Trees)
  2. Leatherlips
  3. Out of Bounds
  4. Recreation Center Relief Sculptures
  5. Jack Nicklaus Tribute Sculpture
  6. Watch House
  7. Going, Going... Gone!
  8. Ascension
  9. One Step at a Time
  10. Narrow #5
  11. Injection
  12. Exuvia
  13. Modified Social Benches
  14. One Scene and Untitled
  15. Jaunty Hornbeam and Sanguine Standing Stone
  16. The Simulation of George M. Karrer's Workshop
  17. Playing Through
  18. Daily Chores
  19. Tree of Life, Future Tense
  20. Dublin Tunnel Mural
  21. Feather Point