When Linda and I saw the first sculpture, in Bucksport on our way to Lubec, we were hooked. Soon we found a brochure about each sculpture, and began looking for and enjoying them as we traveled the state. There’s even one in Lubec now.
For more than a decade, an outstanding group of people solicited over 700 applications from around the world, maneuvered great hunks of granite (and some basalt), engaged communities, raised funds, and carved and cut, polished and placed a stunning collection of sculptures in the Maine countryside.
And now, you can read this amazing story in a new book. I must thank the Island Institute for alerting us to this new book in their latest newsletter, which you can read here.