Earlier this summer, artist Martha Tuttle and poet Gabe Kruis invited me to create a response to Martha’s installation at Storm King Art Center in New Windsor, NY. Storm King has been close to my heart since I first moved to New York and I was thrilled at the opportunity. Martha’s work, “A stone that thinks of Enceladus” is an 8-acre installation made of 200 hand-crafted glass and marble stones on top of and around large boulders from Storm King’s site. I created a set of short pieces, which I’m fondly calling miniatures, in response to Martha’s work & the surrounding environment. The album will be up on the exhibition website and featured on the Center’s Audio Guide app for those listening on site. Thank you so much for your support and I look forward to hearing your responses to the project.

Charmaine Lee – a stone widens it