Tony Feher at the DeCordova Museum

Originally posted on MAKE:

decordova-stairs

It’s the final week of a show of the artwork of Tony Feher at the DeCordova Museum, one of our favorite artists who inventively use common materials others might consider “trash.” It closes this Sunday, Sept. 15.

My family and I really enjoyed our stop there on a trip to Boston this summer. I highly recommend riding your bike out (or hopping on the commuter line) and enjoying a pleasant September jaunt to the DeCordova, Walden Pond, and, if you love architecture, the Gropius House just around the bend. To complete your maker circuit, stop by the Mt. Auburn Cemetery on your way in or out of Cambridge/Boston to visit the grave of R. Buckminster Fuller (but no picnicking or bicycling among the gravestones!)

outside

The DeCordova is best known for its terrific collection of outdoor sculptures.

wall-outside The museum seen from the outside. Note Tony Feher’s piece along the glass…

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