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"Small D rop Tar" 2006, bronze, 13 x 27 x 2 inches

"Ule're Here " 2007, steel, 54 x 159 x 19 inches

"Errand Upon the Bay " 2007, steel, 30.5 x 43 x 9 inches

Arden Scott pauses for a moment in her Greenport, NY, studio. their imaginations. Arden Scott creates art in her studio in Greenport, New York, and continues to sail on Annie at every opportunity. ,!,

Susan P. Feldman is a graduate ofNew York University and holds an MA in visual arts administration. She has a background in art history from Willamette University in Oregon. For more information on Arden Scott and her art, visit www.ardenscott.com. Scott is represented by Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in New York, www.markelfinearts.com.

"Live Steam Voices "

Among her many pursuits, Arden is also a talented musician. H er instruments of choice aren't the easiest to learn. She plays a mean bagpipe, and an earfor the beauty in the sound of an old steam whistle led to a unique concert tour in the late 1980s. "Live Steam Voices Salute The Empire State" paid homage to the Erie Canal. The tour was a collaboration between Arden Scott and composer William Varick Basset and gave concerts along the 505-mile barge canal from New York City to Buffalo, using a collection of 24 steam whistles as their musical instruments. The 3-week concert tour and steam whistle exhibition used a barge for its stage.

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Sea History 122 - Spring 2008  

16 Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, by Philip J. Webster • 20 Wireless Goes to Sea: Guglielmo Marconi's Radio and SS Ponce, by Captain Henry...

Sea History 122 - Spring 2008  

16 Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, by Philip J. Webster • 20 Wireless Goes to Sea: Guglielmo Marconi's Radio and SS Ponce, by Captain Henry...