Lucy Hodgson, Happy Landings, 2009. Wood, shingles, and steel pipe, 6 x 10 x 11 ft.

Lucy Hodgson

New York

SoHo20 Gallery

As a young artist, Lucy Hodgson began by finding her forms in the natural world, exploring old tree roots and using rhododendrons, kudzu, and cane to produce shapes at once lightweight and physically imposing. She grew up on farms in Maine and Rhode Island and always liked the idea of impermanence…see the full review in March’s magazine.