Here we are, right smack in the heart of another New England winter. For some, this stretch of months with early sunsets is filled with dread -- frosty temperatures, snow piles to shovel, and ice patches to dodge. But for others of us, this wintry mix is the stuff of pure delight. As the poet Robert Frost wrote, "You can't get too much winter in the winter." And we hear similar sentiments in this encore essay from Gabriel Warren.
Gabriel Warren is a sculptor living in both South County, Rhode Island and Nova Scotia, Canada. Warren works primarily in sheet metals and is especially interested in juxtaposing elements that refer to the natural world and man-made objects.