Water Without: Art Installation
May 10, 2018
April 22 through May 27
For Earth Day, on Sunday, April 22, prepare to be amazed as National Natural Landmark Burney Falls, the Shasta County waterfall that Teddy Roosevelt called “The Eighth Wonder of the World,” cascades down the Great Steps.
Our 2018 theme is truth, and our artist in residence, Sukey Bryan, will address the truth about climate change. Bryan’s work explores the interaction and transformation of natural elements. She is interested in the resonance between the cycles and elements in nature and human experience.
Step inside the cathedral to see Fire Within, on display until June 3.
About the Artist
Bryan has a BA in Fine Arts and English from Yale University and an MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts to paint a series of works based on the environments of Iceland and the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. She has been an artist in residence at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska. Bryan has also created public art installations for Stanford University. She is married to physician and scientist Jim Brooks, has two sons and lives in Palo Alto.
Free and open to all