Quoted in Steamboat Magazine, Hinrichsen says, “Snow drawings last such a short time. It could be two to three hours, or two to three days. They define the landscape, and they are defined by it.” Snow Circles | Artist Uses Snow as Inspiration | Aliens? | Unofficial Networks

Snow Circles | Artist Uses Snow as Inspiration | Aliens?

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Snow circles in Steamboat

When there is no fresh snow here in Steamboat, it leaves locals only to do crazy things.  Sonjha Hinrichsen has used the untracked powder as a canvas for works of art best seen from the air due to their immense scope. Hinrichsen’s most recent installation appeared on Rabbit Ear’s pass (outside of Steamboat, Colorado) last weekend. With five snowshoeing volunteers, Hinrichsen executed her vision debossing a single unbroken path through two feet of snowpack. Hinrichsen’s patterns seem to have the Native American influences that have guided her work.

Quoted in Steamboat Magazine, Hinrichsen says, “Snow drawings last such a short time. It could be two to three hours, or two to three days. They define the landscape, and they are defined by it.”

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