About the Artist
eve s. mosher

For over ten years, I have explored the beauty of nature in my artwork. I have worked with a wide variety of media to produce drawings, sculptures, illuminated artworks and large-scale installations. Although High Water Line is my first large scale public artwork, I have developed outdoor projects including vertical community gardens to replace street advertising, a 9/11 memorial for city parks, and sculptural interventions in the transit system. I hold a Masters of Fine Art from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn (with a major in sculpture and a minor in photography) and a Bachelors of Environmental Design from Texas A & M University (with a major in architecture and a minor in photography).

High Water Line seeks to engage people on the street, in the neighborhoods where they live, work and play. People will encounter the chalk line and the beacons while going about their daily lives. The work is an intervention in routine - the public's as well as my own. This aspect of the piece ensures catching the public's attention, and it provides easy and direct access. The simplicity of the project, aesthetically and visually, will appeal to people of all ages, ethnicities and economic backgrounds. Climate change is a silent, invisible threat - High Water Line gives voice and makes visible the affects of this threat. High Water Line is designed to engage the community and promote thoughtful, informed dialogue and action.


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"We are all responsible for the future we create" –Majora Carter

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 License.
Design by Aleks Gryczon and Caitlin Martin of Pratt Institute Design Corps.

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