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Large Scale Environmental Public Art Installations

Bryant’s installation “Bottled Water—River of Life” at the Cary Arts Center has gotten so much attention since its completion at the beginning of April, 2013. What a joy it has been to watch our patrons—of all ages—responding to the art. It’s relatable even to the youngest of our patrons because of their recognition of the water bottles; young children do not always respond to art in the way that they are responding to your pieces. We have loved having the art here; your involvement and care for the art has made this an extra special installation for all of our staff. Thank you so much for bringing this artwork to the Cary Arts Center!
Sarah Preston Performing Arts & Operations Coordinator Cary Arts Center, Cary, NC

“We were then moved to the actual gallery area to help hang long strings of soda bottles and used chopsticks. We actually got the chance at one point to have to figure out how to add more bottles to the end of the “vines” with out taking them down. That was an interesting and difficult experience but it was amazing to get a chance to trouble shoot on an art exhibition. I was amazed at how easily I fell into just naturally working and putting together, at times I felt as if I was working on my own exhibition. Over all the experience was really amazing and just working on the exhibit and all those used things really helped open my eyes to the sheer amount that American waste daily. The Artist and all the volunteers where amazingly kind and excited and I hope to get the chance to do this again many, many times from now on.”
J. Lellie

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