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Linda Hall’s Soft Sculpture Class Installation: Feasts of the Forest

Published November 28, 2016

 “Feast of the Forest” a collaborative installation by FSU Soft Sculpture students from 7-7:30pm on Thursday December 1st at the Biology King Building lecture auditorium on FSU campus (1024 King Building, 319 Stadium Drive). The reception will take place before Native Plant Society’s monthly lecture. This Thursday’s speaker is Chuck Hess who will talk about Fire and Ecosystem management. Feel invited to come to the lecture or just the opening.


Fashioned after a 17th century Dutch still life that displays an abundance of edible treasures from the Dutch empire, our soft sculpture still life features an abundance of shapes, color and forms from near by forest systems. These creations are inspired the remaining long leaf forest and rare carnivorous plant bogs of the Apalachicola National forest. This is our cornucopia revealing and celebrating our rare and beautiful natural riches.


Participating artists:img_4132

Jessica Barthle

Alexis Beucler

Kristina Drespling

Cristina Echezarreta

Emily McCullers Kelly

Gisselle Prerez

Haley Sanders

Luisa Schnieder

Elissa Shue

Taylor Stevens

Olivia Tinnin

Madalyn Tucker

Madelene Wishart


Contact instructor, Linda Hall with questions.