Tuesday, May 29, 2012


The Breakneck Road at Hulls Cove has been a summer rendezvous for Native Americans as long as memory exists. On this very spot, Samuel D. Champlain landed in 1604- the first of a tsunami of European visitors to this fragile ecosystem. Owl has seen the world change and has a message for humankind. Step into the sacred space and listen. If you open your heart, Owl has advice to share.

By Donna Dodson & Andy Moerlein

2012 Artists in Residence
Hulls Cove Sculpture Garden
17 Breakneck Road
Bar Harbor, Maine

The Seer, 18 ft tall, saplings, 2012

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