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Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, USA, 2001: Nantz Comyns-Toohey, die den Spitznamen "Mooselady of Maine" hat, sitzt auf einer von ihr aus Zweigen selbst gefertigten Elchskulptur. Die Skulptur ist Teil eines Projekts, in dem die Künstlerin von Bewohnern Maines gesammelte Zweige für die Herstellung von "Stick Mooses" verwendet hat. | United States of America, USA, 2001: Nantz Comyns-Toohey (Master of Fine Art Degree in Sculpture), called "Mooselady of Maine" sitting on one of her self created moose sculptures standing in her garden. Moose is made out of sticks. The artist made a project were the people of Maine collected sticks from fellt trees to recycle it as "Stick Moose". It is in relation to the word "Twigeater", In former times the native indians called moose that way. Scarborough, Maine. |
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FEATURE: Moose Mania - Moose in Maine
Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, USA, 2001: Nantz Comyns-Toohey, die den Spitznamen "Mooselady of Maine" hat, sitzt auf einer von ihr aus Zweigen selbst gefertigten Elchskulptur. Die Skulptur ist Teil eines Projekts, in dem die Künstlerin von Bewohnern Maines gesammelte Zweige für die Herstellung von "Stick Mooses" verwendet hat. | United States of America, USA, 2001: Nantz Comyns-Toohey (Master of Fine Art Degree in Sculpture), called "Mooselady of Maine" sitting on one of her self created moose sculptures standing in her garden. Moose is made out of sticks. The artist made a project were the people of Maine collected sticks from fellt trees to recycle it as "Stick Moose". It is in relation to the word "Twigeater", In former times the native indians called moose that way. Scarborough, Maine. |