November 15, 2011

Sculptor's giant Charlie Brown sweater on display at Schulz Museum

Sculptor Suzanne Morlock used 10-foot long PVC pipes as needles and mylar as the material to knit this giant Charlie Brown sweater (13 feet high!) The sweater was originally displayed in Morlock's home of Jackson, Wyoming, and is now on display at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, CA through January 2012. For more information about the creation and story behind the sculpture, read the article on the Sierra Club website.

(Thanks to Raymond Flournoy for bringing the article to our attention. Photo by Suzanne Morlock.)

1 comment:

Gayna said...

What a wonderful use of old material. Thanks for sharing this.

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