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Arists Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, known as the Myth Makers, are working on a five sculpture project that will be installed in New York City's Garment District in January. A 26-foot sculpture of an owl, one of the sculptures that will be part of the installation, is currently on Moerlein's Clinton Street property in Bow.

(SUSAN DOUCET / Monitor staff)

26-foot-tall owl sculpture to go from Bow to N.Y.C.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

A car pulled onto the Clinton Street driveway Saturday afternoon, a couple stopping to photograph the 26-foot-tall sculpture of an owl standing on the Bow property. The artists, Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, welcomed them. This type of spontaneous interest in their work happens frequently, they said. With an upcoming installation of five sculptures in New York City, Dodson and Moerlein – known as the Myth Makers – anticipate that interest in their looming avian art will only grow. Beginning the morning of Jan. 3, the owl sculpture currently at Moerlein’s home will be installed along Broadway in New York City’s Garment District along with …

PHOTOS: Annual performance of ‘The Nutcracker’ at the Concord City Auditorium

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Young ballet dancers from Turning Pointe Center of Dance dressed in tutus and ballet slippers last night for a dress rehearsal of the classic holiday ballet The Nutcracker. The annual performance from the Pembroke dance school is today at 2 p.m. at the Concord City Auditorium, where last night’s rehearsal was held. …

Holiday glam

Thursday, December 11, 2014

The holiday season is upon us! This is the perfect time to add a little sparkle to your look. Remember to play up the eyes or lips, but never both. And pretty, pretty please don’t match your makeup to your outfit! 1. Loose shimmer or glitter on the eyelids is a dazzling holiday …

Watercolor artist Conrad Young’s paintings preserve local scenes

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

There are 54 wooden covered bridges still standing in New Hampshire. Watercolor artist Conrad Young has visited most of them and is eight bridges into his goal of painting all of them. You can see a sampling in …

Teacher-playwright merges humor, drama

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

At first blush, classroom bullying, death and Asperger syndrome don’t seem like fodder for humor in a play. But playwright Aaron Sommers is hoping that the comedy mined from all-too-human situations is just one of many lessons audiences …

In four-man show at Mill Brook Gallery, new perspectives on botanical beauty

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Most people know what a moose looks like. Or a fish making its way through a pond, or a bird on the wing, or plants swaying under a summer sun. So as an artist, how does Patrick McCay …

More than dance moves, Vibes of Styles dance club gives teens a sense of community

Sunday, June 8, 2014

When Claufy Lankuma first arrived in Concord from the Congo, not many people at school talked to him. He didn’t have much confidence, he said. But that was in 2010, before he joined Rundlett Middle School’s Vibes of …

England: 3D images: Richard III was no hunchback

Saturday, May 31, 2014

The slings and arrows of literary insults aimed at King Richard III grossly embellish the deformities of the supposed hunchback whose villainy endures thanks to William Shakespeare. That’s the conclusion of scientists who used 3D printing to reconstruct the spine of the last English ruler before the Tudors, …

100 things to do this summer

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

 Have a picnic in the park  Pick strawberries  Collect seashells  Try a new flavor of ice cream  Go fishing  Ride a horse  Ride the Capital Area Transit trolley  Go to …

‘SHREK’ unites: Musical brings together kids from across district

Thursday, May 29, 2014

If the major takeaway from Shrek The Musical Jr. is acceptance, diversity and working together, the cast of the upcoming production of the show is a living imitation of art. The musical, which runs this weekend at the …

St. Paul’s ballet program showcases range, alumnus’s choreography

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

After 23 years as principal dancer with New York City Ballet, this week Philip Neal is back on his old stomping grounds. Neal, who won the silver medal at the Prix de Lausanne ballet competition and was a …

Sept. 11 museum dedication ceremony

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Friends, relatives, rescue workers and survivors descended into the space where the World Trade Center once stood to explore artifacts of the 9/11 tragedy at the National September 11 Memorial Museum. In a poignant ceremony, President Obama dedicated …

9/11 museum offers sights and sounds of tragedy, opens to public next week

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

The museum devoted to the story of Sept. 11 tells it in victims’ last voicemails, in photos of people falling from the twin towers, in the scream of sirens, in the dust-covered shoes of those who fled the …