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Lamentations, 1993

 
Judith Brown, Lamentations, 1989/1993  
Given by Vermont artist Judith Brown, this dramatic grouping of five life-size women figures was created in 1989 from welded scrap steel and painted black. A student of sculptor Theodore Roszak, known for such imaginative metal sculptures as Spectre of Kitty Hawk (1946-7), Brown's work was inspired by a dance piece of the same title by choreographer Martha Graham. The five figures are currently placed in the grove of Black Locust trees on the Main Campus.