A locally raised and trained artist has found a highly visible site for one of his sculptures: New York City’s Union Square.
Malcolm D. MacDougall III, grew up in Ardsley and attended the School of Art+Design at Purchase College, SUNY. His “Microscopic Landscape 2010,” a massive assemblage of oddly angled metal boxes, spent a year at the college’s entrance. It was relocated to Union Square today (Thursday) and will remain there for six months.
“My art stems from a fascination with the natural sciences,” MacDougall said. “In particular, I am drawn to microscopy, the method of using microscopes to view objects that cannot be seen by the unaided eye.”