Orly Genger creates sculptures and large-scale installations from painted rope based on her prints and drawings. This summer, she had a sculpture on displayin New York's Madison Square Park. It's made of 1.4 Million feet of hand-crocheted lobster fishing rope, the majority of which is from Maine. The sculpture covers 4,500 square feet on three separate lawns in the park.

The sculpture was taken apart and moved to the deCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts in November.

For more information on Orly Genger's sculpture click here: MADISON SQUARE PARK CONSERVANCY

For more information on the Gulf of Maine Lobster Foundation click here: GULF OF MAINE LOBSTER FOUNDATION

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