Anne Marie Nequette & Ken Barnes | january 2021

DHAKA, BANGLADESH 17.2 MILLION IN 2011
It is our hope that bringing together two of the earth’s essential elements can foster meditations on the meanings of human experiences, interactions and responsibilities toward the planet that sustains us.

ICARUS 
This wing-like Persian travertine piece is reminiscent of the Greek mythological character who flew too close to the sun. 

Anne Marie Nequette

Anne Marie Nequette worked as a visual artist bringing attention to the threat of sea level rise and mass migration through collage works about and dedicated to the people inhabiting the world’s most populous coastal metropolitan areas.


Website: annenequette.com
Instagram: @amnequette
Facebook: anne.nequette

Ken Barnes

Ken Barnes fell in love with stone first as a climber and then transitioned into using the natural beauty of the stone to create engaging forms, typically of a biomorphic nature. 


Website: ken-barnes.com
Instagram: @kenbarnes8316
Facebook: ken.barnes.9404