Since 2011, Libby Reuter and I have been taking glass "cairns" into the regional watershed, marking places the watershed is working and places where it is not.  We have exhibited the project by showing large format prints along side the glass cairns at Missouri History Museum (August 2014 - January 2015) and then at Cedarhurst Center For The Arts (February - May 2015).  Currently we are making new images, expanding the work we have done in the St. Louis / Missouri River Confluence area and plan to embark on marking the entire Mississippi River system; from the headwaters in Minnesota to the delta gulf of Louisiana beginning in 2016.  For more information about the project and many more images, please visit www.watershedcairns.com

Since 2011, Libby Reuter and I have been taking glass "cairns" into the regional watershed, marking places the watershed is working and places where it is not.

We have exhibited the project by showing large format prints along side the glass cairns at Missouri History Museum (August 2014 - January 2015) and then at Cedarhurst Center For The Arts (February - May 2015).

Currently we are making new images, expanding the work we have done in the St. Louis / Missouri River Confluence area and plan to embark on marking the entire Mississippi River system; from the headwaters in Minnesota to the delta gulf of Louisiana beginning in 2016.

For more information about the project and many more images, please visit www.watershedcairns.com

Silver Creek Spire - Pond.jpg
IMG_3399.jpg
MillCreek1.jpg
MSDFLOWer.jpg
Pink.jpg
snowstairs1200.jpg
Horseshoe1200px.jpg
GAIA1200.jpg
Riparian1200.jpg
tethys1200.jpg
CedarhurstGallery.jpg
 Since 2011, Libby Reuter and I have been taking glass "cairns" into the regional watershed, marking places the watershed is working and places where it is not.  We have exhibited the project by showing large format prints along side the glass cairns at Missouri History Museum (August 2014 - January 2015) and then at Cedarhurst Center For The Arts (February - May 2015).  Currently we are making new images, expanding the work we have done in the St. Louis / Missouri River Confluence area and plan to embark on marking the entire Mississippi River system; from the headwaters in Minnesota to the delta gulf of Louisiana beginning in 2016.  For more information about the project and many more images, please visit www.watershedcairns.com
Silver Creek Spire - Pond.jpg
IMG_3399.jpg
MillCreek1.jpg
MSDFLOWer.jpg
Pink.jpg
snowstairs1200.jpg
Horseshoe1200px.jpg
GAIA1200.jpg
Riparian1200.jpg
tethys1200.jpg
CedarhurstGallery.jpg

Since 2011, Libby Reuter and I have been taking glass "cairns" into the regional watershed, marking places the watershed is working and places where it is not.

We have exhibited the project by showing large format prints along side the glass cairns at Missouri History Museum (August 2014 - January 2015) and then at Cedarhurst Center For The Arts (February - May 2015).

Currently we are making new images, expanding the work we have done in the St. Louis / Missouri River Confluence area and plan to embark on marking the entire Mississippi River system; from the headwaters in Minnesota to the delta gulf of Louisiana beginning in 2016.

For more information about the project and many more images, please visit www.watershedcairns.com

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