The inspiration for this piece was a child's toy: the Erector Set. This sculpture represents the task of rebuilding nature the way it was before humans exploited its riches. It was created using galvanized steel and pipe hanger material, and fastened together using nuts, bolts and lock washers.
Harold has been involved in making and teaching sculpture for over twenty-five years. His work deals primarily with the relationship between humans and their natural environment.
Master Builder's Association of King & Snohomish Counties
Formed in 1909 by a group of five downtown Seattle builders, the Master Builders Association has grown to become the second largest local home builders association in the United States, representing not only home builders and remodelers, but many occupations and services connected to the building industry.
Purchase Price at Auction on October 13, 2001