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At our July 17 meeting, sculptor Thomas Berger gave a presentation on the creation of Millie the Whale— the first Art & Play functional sculpture in Rockport’s newly renovated Millbrook Meadow.
Millie is created from granite quarried from Johnson’s Quarry in Rockport. The stone traveled to Berger’s studio in Kittery, Maine where it became Millie.
Thomas discussed his work process and his own background. He was born and grew up in Germany and has lived in Africa and Australia. His interest in agriculture, landscape and art has led him into being a stone sculptor.

Image created by Darren Mason, Carbon Circle Design
Image created by Darren Mason, Carbon Circle Design
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Sculptor Thomas Berger presenting at our July 17 meeting.
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RAA&M Executive Director Jim Craig, sculptor Thomas Berger and RAA&M Executive Board Vice President Heidi Caswell-Zander.
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Thomas Berger discussing his work process.


Our next meeting
is Wednesday, August 21 at 6pm in the Hibbard Gallery of the Rockport Art Association & Museum. In our education segment,  Mary Jane Mulholland will give a presentation on her digital painting process…

Images © Mary Jane Mulholland

Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, ideas or suggestions you may have for the Experimental Art Group. We’d love to hear from you!

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