Suttons Bay, Michigan
Material: Turkish marble
Created in 2015
Of this piece, Ingraham writes that he was “inspired by a dancing competition on PBS where the dancers danced face to face and thinking in relationship you often have the back of your loved one.”
“My interest in carving started when my wife and I were in the Peace Corps in the Phillippines. We visited a mountain tribe in Bagio who carved and sold items in the tourist trade. My reaction was, I can do that, and so it started. Upon return I started creating items which were incorporated into our living space. With the passing of time I started creating signs for local businesses done in the relief style. This satisfied my creative urges until the turn of the century when I started carving in three dimensions. I started small and got hooked by the process of creating something from an unformed block of wood. Three years ago I tried carving in stone and now work in both mediums. I am represented by two galleries in Traverse City and at our business, Bellwether Gardens in Suttons Bay. My work has been juried into several local shows.
Ingraham’s work has been on display since the Walk of Art opened in 2013. He also has a piece in Michigan Legacy Art Park.
Approximate dimensions and weight:
12”w x 7” d x 66” h (includes base)
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