Brad Temkin
Relics X - 2007
Relics XI - 2006
Relics XII - 2005
Relics VIII - 2006
Relics IV - 2005
Relics VII - 2006
Relics XV - 2006
Relics V - 2007
Relics XIII - 2006
Relics XXVII - 1994
Relics XXXI - 2003
Relics IX - 2007
Relics XIX - 2006
Relics XXI - 2006
Relics XVIII - 2007
Relics XXIII - 2005
Relics LII - 2009
Relics XXXVII - 2007
Relics XXXVIII - 2005
Relics  XXVII - 2005
Relics I - 2005
Relics XVI - 2005
Relics LI - 2009
Relics XXIV - 2005
Relics LV - 2009
Relics XXIX - 2006
Relics XXXIII - 1999
Relics XXVI - 2000
Relics XXXVI - 2006
Relics XLVI - 2008
Relics XIV - 2006
Relics LIV - 2008
Relics XLII - 2008
Relics XLVIII - 2008
Relics LIII - 2009
Relics XVII - 2007
Relics XX - 2005
Relics XLIV - 2008
Relics VI 2003
Relics III - 2005
Relics II - 2005

I am interested in the sculptural aliveness of humanity's semi-permanent marks on the land. These forms exude an energy that transcends originating intention, becoming beautiful and monumental earth works? in their own right. They are visceral reminders of where we have been and what we are.