Ledges and Foothills

Ledges were inspired by the rock formations of Capitol Reef National Park in Utah. These jutting stratographic shapes were created by the sediment of ancient sea beds and exposed by the forces of wind and water.

The concept of this installation grew from aerial views Sorensen’s experienced flying over the rolling foothills between Denver and Aspen, Colorado. The four elements, earth, fire, air and water are represented in the projected video segments. The music is composed by Stella Sung and the video produced by David Hiser.

Foothills & Boat Installation Orlando Museum of Art 16' x 16' x 2' overall Stoneware & stones
Ledge Installation Orlando Museum of Art 6' x 17' x 30' overall Stoneware, stones, silver leaf & metal
Ledge W2-10 19'' x 22'' x 28'' Stoneware, stones & metal
Ledge W6-10 18'' x 19'' x 21'' Stoneware, stones & metal
Ledge Detail Stoneware, stones & metal
Foothills I, 2001 10'' x 15'' x 15'' Stoneware & stones
Foothills Installation, 2009 Private Collection, Winter Park, Florida 11' x 4.5' overall Stoneware & stones
Foothills II Installation, 2004 1' x 7.5' x 8' overall Stoneware & stones