Crafting Unique Stories With Shadows And Found Objects

Art: Conrad Levenson’s ‘Forms and Shadows’
Stanfordville artist Conrad Levenson turns found objects into art. His sculptures are on display at North Elm Home in Millerton. Photo by Darryl Gangloff

Each sculpture by Conrad Levenson tells a story. The Stanfordville artist takes found objects — rusty pieces of metal, chains, discarded tools — and gives them a new life.

“I have all these objects and I respond to what they’re telling me,” he said while setting up his solo exhibition at North Elm Home, a furnishing and antiques store in Millerton. “Usually I take objects with no prior relationship to each other and then bring them together in one piece. That’s part of the fun.”

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