Daniel’s experience as a multi-disciplinary artist in the fields of sculptural installation and environmental design brings the artists’collaboration Watershed Sculpture both a public art and ecological trajectory. For over 25 years, he has been using art to restore and affect a positive ecological balance in damaged environments. He was educated at the University of California, College of Creative Studies in Santa Barbara and has a BA from the College of Environmental Design at UC Berkeley.

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Carson River, 2014. The Nature Conservancy’s River Fork Ranch Preserve, Minden, Nevada. 270 feet long. Woven and live-staked Coyote Willow harvested from the river. Photographer: Mary O’Brien. Watershed Sculpture, the team of Daniel McCormick and Mary O’Brien, create art installations with a biological trajectory and remedial …

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