MStSq Sculpture

Sculptor Wraps Work For 2013

Oct 16, 2013
Photo by Jim Kent

Work on The Passage of Wind and Water sculpture project at Rapid City’s Main Street Square has come to an end for 2013. Community members gathered at the square to view the progress that’s been made on the sculptor’s stone representations of the Badlands and the Black Hills.  

World class sculptor Masayuki Nagase heads home to Berkley, California after four months’ work on The Passage of Wind and Water sculpture project. 

Photo by Jim Kent

Community members gathered at Rapid City’s Main Street Square to try their hand at ekphrasis: creating writing based on art. The subject was the Passage of Wind and Water sculpture project. The form of writing used was poetry.

It’s a beautiful autumn afternoon in Rapid City as a dozen poets sit next to the expansive Passage of Wind and Water sculpture; their minds and pens at the ready.