Still Mountain Center

I will be traveling to the Litchfield Hills area of Connecticut this coming weekend to present a program entitled “Evolving as an art maker through the medium of dry stone”. The event is sponsored by the Still Mountain Center at their Annual Celebration Dinner in support of the arts.

Reception, dinner and program will be held at the historic Washington Club Hall in Washington, CT.  Please contact info@stillmountaincenter.org for more information.
“My art is a response to the call I get from the land to go outside and play. I gather up loose stones and tie them together with gravity and friction. There’s nothing else I’d rather be doing.”

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2 Responses to Still Mountain Center

  1. Dan Snow November 11, 2009 at 1:18 pm #

    Hi Lorn,

    While I was with you there at Kansas State I met a local waller who had broken 11 fingers in work related accidents. That’s the worst case of digit bad luck I’ve ever heard.

    I’m glad you like the stories in “Listening…”

  2. Lorn Clement November 7, 2009 at 1:34 pm #

    Dan and Elin, Thank you for coming out to Kansas again. I’ve enjoyed reading Listening to Stone and contemplating Peter Mauss’s photos. I just finished Pry Bar… boy, did that resonate! … and I think I could live in the Sheep Shed. Stay well and keep all those digits attached!

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