First published by Westchester Magazine Arts & Entertainment feature on 04/24/2018
Bethany Arts Community will unveil the very first sculpture installed on Bethany’s front lawn. Made in Westchester by Dobbs Ferry Sultz artist Malcolm MacDougall III.
An artist’s vision need not be limited to what they can personally create with their two hands, thanks to people like Malcolm MacDougall III. His company, Sultz in Dobbs Ferry, helps artists bring their ideas into reality, by welding large steel structures, casting sculptures in bronze, or whatever large job needs doing to prepare for an installation. MacDougall, an artist himself, says his sensibility helps bring out the subtleties of the artists’ intentions. One of MacDougall’s own large works was recently installed at the Bethany Arts Community in Ossining.
Bethany Arts Community will unveil the very first sculpture installed on Bethany’s front lawn. ‘Microscopic Landscape’, a 5 ton weathered steel sculpture by Artist, Malcolm MacDougall III, was nestled into it’s new home at Bethany back in February. Join us for a reception following the unveiling along with a last chance to see the exhibit by local artists currently on display in our galleries.