A piece to honor the moon cycles at St Brigid’s Day – the half way point between the winter solstice and spring equinox – and the traditional start of a new agricultural year. For centuries, those in-tune to the land have cast their eyes to the changing moon to forecast auspicious days for sowing and harvesting. My abstract nod to encourages you to dance in time to nature’s rhythm. Made with stone, paint, rust and burnt prairie cedar ash gathered from the field. Cedar’s deep roots anchor us to the land and one another.