latex paint on wood
96" x 93" x 5"
The Greatest (second view)
The Greatest (third view)
The Greatest was installed for the 2018 LandARTLab exhibit on King Farm in Woodstock, Vermont. It is based on the Mohammed Ali poem, the shortest in the English language, first recited following a speech he gave at Harvard University in 1975. It is also inspired by the teachings of Lama Surya Das, who has mentioned the poem in his talks and books. The piece transforms from "Me" to "We" on both sides. A video of the installation can be seen on my blog, Facebook page, and Instagram account (@robhitzig).
Home Dream Home
latex paint on wood and metal
84" x 50" x 98"
Home Dream Home (second view)
On display at Sculpture Fest 2018 in Woodstock, Vermont. It is inspired by my desire to see homes painted in interesting and fun ways. I particularly would like to see a multi-colored standing seam roof. The piece is interactive, designed to encourage photo-ops for family, friends, and individuals; and encouraging visitors to contribute art on the inside with chalk left within the structure.
Pick 'Em Up
latex paint on wood
77" x 210" x 4"
Queensbury, New York
10'5" x 22'8"
Fear of Triangles
latex paint and stains on metal
144" x 138"
85 Granite Shed Ln, Montpelier, VT. Commissioned by Gossens Bachman Architects.
Fear of Triangles (second view)
Box of Courage
latex paint on plywood
84" x 84" x 47"
On display in front of Stowe Town Hall, Stowe, VT, July through October 2013 during Exposed 2013;
in Burlington, VT in front of Burlington Electric, September/October 2015, as part of that the SEABA Art Hop;
in Burlington, VT in front of ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain June through October 2016.
northern white cedar, metal hardware
47" x 152" x 152
On display in the Vermont Arts Council sculpture garden at 134 State Street, Montpelier, October 2011 to August 2013, as well as the 2013 SEABA Art Hop, Burlington, VT where it was awarded the second place jury prize by Pavel Zoubok, Director, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY.
Saw Horse Horses
northern white cedar, western red cedar, metal
9' x 10' x 5' (each)
19.1 hands (77" at the shoulder)
The Saw Horse Horses were on display in Stowe, VT, along the bike path, July - October, 2010, as part of the Helen Day Art Center's Exposed! show
bicycle parts, northern white cedar
6'H x 6'L x 3'W
Dog Walker was on display during Montpelier SculptCycle 2008, a public art partnership in downtown Montpelier featuring 20 unique sculptures made with recycled bicycles parts. It was bought by the city of Newburyport, Massachusetts and is currently on their Clipper City Rail Trail between Washington and High Streets in downtown Newburyport.
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