"Reflections on a Lake" at Grounds for Sculpture Museum, Hamilton, NJ
U.S. 1 Newspaper
June 23, 2004
Non-Linear Work from Off the Rim
by Frank Rivera

Since the 35-acre sculpture park, Grounds for Sculpture (GFS), opened in Hamilton in 1992, it has made its mark on the national sculpture scene...

The 2001 exhibition gave exposure to Devorah Sperber, who showed a single piece entitled "Reflections," which so impressed me at the time, that I wrote this single astonishing work was worth the trip to GFS. Sperber, who had star quality then and has it now, re-creates old master paintings using spools of colored thread as pixels. She recently had a one-person show at the Chelsea McKenzie Gallery that the New Yorker Magazine of May 31 placed on its "short list" of best shows.

The current group exhibition, "Off the Rim" includes work by members of the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group... This show has no single star like Sperber, but a dynamite cast of 34.

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