Rock, paper, scissors: Local sculptor creates public art that captures essence of Turners Falls

, Recorder Staff: Friday, January 06, 2017
There’s a little zaniness, lots of love and plenty of wry humor in the sculptures of Tim DeChristopher. Whether it’s the Chagall-like surrealism of his unfinished 2011 work, “Occupy,” the whimsical dogs, bulls and other animals in “Noah’s Requium” and “The Full Catastrophe,” or the caricatures in his 2000 “Angel of Industry,” his timeless stone figures contrast the heaviness of limestone, into which they’re carved, with a lightness only an artist with a sharp wit like DeChristopher’s can bring out.

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