Spring Methow Arts Window Exhibit, Created by Phillip Quevillon
Phillip Quevillon began stacking blocks at age 3 and his mother bought Legos from that formative year on (luckily Phillip didn’t put toys in his mouth). After 4 additional decades of collecting the colorful plastic medium, enough LEGOS have amassed to create the structures and worlds of the Imagination.
In keeping with previous builds, Phillip’s 2 rules apply. 1. Structurally sound design. 2. If I were shrunk to 6 centimeters tall, could I live here or interact with this?
Sculpture(s) Theme: The Color Wheel with elements of the Methow. All natural items were found along the Methow River. Even the Antelope Skull.
The exhibit includes eight lego sculptures. On display through Mid-May, 2021, firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-997-4004. These pieces are for sale.