East Hampton artist Scott Bluedorn created some magical on-site artwork during an artist-in-residence stay at the Andy Warhol Preserve in Montauk last week, June 3–10.
The collection of works, both big and small, were all site-specific pieces made during Bluedorn’s residency at the preserve, which was facilitated by the Nature Conservancy following his successful participation in the Springs School visiting artists program last summer.
Bluedorn says he’s planning to reinstall the artwork for a “self-guided walkthrough tour,” possibly in July. For now, Bluedorn did a nice job photographing each piece in situ at the preserve, and he’s shared them on his @theo_blue Instagram account. Visit the account to see more shots of Bluedorn’s work, as well as images of the things that inspire him, and pictures from his travels.