Open Barn

The Andes Sprouts Society presents its resident artists for 2013 who will exhibit art installations in the midst of 1,000s of curing garlic bulbs in a former dairy barn. Meet artists Ji Young Kim, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, Sybille Neumeyer, and Cassie Wagler, as well as Andes Sprouts, Straight Out of the Ground farm hands, a nd Farm Hour co-hosts live and on-the-air. Located in white barn at 52234 State Highway 30 (just south of the Roxbury Town Highway Department).

Photos © by Sybille Neumeyer

“Sweet Corn” (working title)– work in progress // Cassie Wagler in collaboration with Mark Wagler

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“stirps et folia” / “The Space between the Plants” – 2013 // Sybille Neumeyer in collaboration with Madalyn Warren

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“Homing Beacon for the Last Bee” – 2013 // Lauri Lynnxe Murphy

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“The Garlic Cathedral “– 2013 // Lauri Lynnxe Murphy

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“World in Mould”– 2013 // Ji Young Kim

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impressions from the exhibition:

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