Scenes From ‘Multiverse’ Art Dedication At Ashley Pond

From left, Arts in Public Places Board Member Abigayle Cutting-Smith, Artist Evelyn Rosenberg, Los Alamos County Council Vice Chair James Robinson and Arts in Public Places Board Member Jennifer Baker cut the ceremonial ribbon on Rosenberg’s ‘Multiverse’ art piece Friday at Ashley Pond Park. ‘Multiverse’ is a detonography sculpture that reflects the community of Los Alamos. Detonography is a process innovated by Rosenberg, which uses controlled explosions to create intricate metal sculptures that are beautiful from a distance and have tremendous detail up close. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com

Council Vice Chair James Robinson speaking during the ‘Multiverse’  dedication ceremony Friday and describing the piece by Evelyn Rosenberg as ‘Truly a work of art’ . Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com

Arts and Public Places Board Member Jennifer Baker speaking during the art dedication said the board was happy to have ‘Multiverse’ as part of the Los Alamos County art collection. Photo by Kirsten/ladailypost.com

Nationally recognized artist Evelyn Rosenberg speaks during the dedication ceremony Friday of her piece ‘Multiverse’ . She mentioned one of the things that is special about creating art for a community is the opportunity to learn about it. Rosenberg discovered that Ashley Pond is named after a person and included a quote from Ashley Pond’s daughter Peggy Pond Church in the sculpture. She also incorporated the park into ‘Multiverse’ by including some of its grasses and leaves. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com

Artist Evelyn Rosenberg chats with attendees of the dedication of her work, ‘Multiverse’, Friday at Ashley Pond Park. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com

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