Silently and Light of Foot Sculpture by David Black

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Sculpture: Environmental, Fabric, Wood, Found Objects on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric), Wood.

“SILENTLY AND LIGHT OF FOOT”

“Was there no safety? No learning by heart of

the ways of the world? No guide, no shelter,

but all was miracle and leaping from the

pinnacle of a tower into the air?”

Virginia Woolf,
To the Lighthouse

Such are the ways of things with dance and light.
A leap of faith, weightlessly, light on ones feet into the unknown.

“SILENTLY AND LIGHT OF FOOT” is a piece created from used but beloved pointe shoes
from the Island Moving Company ballet dancers of Newport
and a pre-civil war era shoe rack from one of Natick’s oldest mills.
The marriage of the two beautiful objects reflect a subtle story of light of foot
from times that were, time that is and time that will be.


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Silently and Light of Foot

David Black

United States

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Size: 27.5 W x 55 H x 12.5 in

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