“Lincoln” installed at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, July 2012

Lincoln, is composed of eighty cylinders of various sizes and shapes piled onto one another. This low-lying, horizontal sculpture, made specifically for the Sculpture Park’s front lawn, mimics the gentle curves of the deCordova landscape and encourages visitors to pass through and explore what’s on the other side. Godfrey describes his steel sculptures as buttresses that perfectly support a unique space, and create a relationship of dependency between landscape and object. At over 150 feet long, Lincoln, is one of the largest works ever shown in the Sculpture Park and Godfrey’s most expansive to date.(more)

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