This rock sculpture is one of my largest and most complex. It can be (and is) re-built in many varied and different ways (almost daily). I've thought about putting up a "nanny" camera to catch a look at who knocks it down, but "who" and "why" don't really interest me. I'm just happy to have the work in such a prominent location. Every time I re-build it, I get to interact with the people walking and driving by. Their curiosity and positive responses do wonders for my ego. (So, how big is big?) Well, "inflated" could be the right word, but let's not quibble over something so fragile. (My ego, not the sculptures.) Today, someone in one of the cars stopped for the traffic light, took a photo of the sculpture. If they had told me they were going to do that, I would have gladly posed next to it. They're probably sending it into the New York Times. I'm sure I'll hear from the NYT soon. (Like I don't send them photos every week myself.)
Anyway, I've also been getting help from the area residents in the re-buildings. Sometimes they add rocks, and a couple of times there have been coins placed on the rocks. Hey, starving artists need to eat, too.