Dougherty's works allude to nests, cocoons, hives, and lairs built by animals, as well as the manmade forms of huts, haystacks, and baskets, created by interweaving branches and twigs together. Many of his works look 'found' rather than made, as if they were created by the natural force of a tornado sweeping across the landscape. He intentionally tries for this effortless effect, as if his creations just fell or grew up naturally in their settings. - Linda Johnson, Curatorcurrently on view at the LA arborteum & botanical garden. (via lacma unframed)
also on view at wheaton college in norton, ma. and more photos available ihere.
:: image from orngejuglr