Bill Lorraine



Key West sculptor Bill Lorraine chooses a very special indigenous stone as his medium. He collects the corner stones of local Victorian-era Conch houses. He writes, “They are the symbols of the determination of the early Conch families to survive the extremes of the weather in Key West: hurricanes, tropical thunderstorms and summer monsoons. These stones are literally shaped by the history of Key West.”

Zig Zag Girl, 2005
24" x 12" x 12"

Tall Girl, 2005
26" x 14" x 11"
Photo by Darleen Pruess
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