Those driving along Route 33 in Wilton might notice something out of the ordinary in Keeler Ridge Meadow: Spheres of various colors and sizes are appearing, disappearing and reappearing throughout the open space parcel.
But rest assured. It's not the work of miscreants or extraterrestrials. The work is that of Christopher Curnan, a Ridgefield-based artist whose work incorporates "industrial and 'found' materials," according to a press release.
The exhibit on display at Keeler Ridge Meadow is called "All One Color."
“Part of my inspiration comes from our ancestors who used, reused, and turned into tools many parts of their environment taking cues from their world and the animals and nature surrounding them,” Curnan said.
It wasn't until recently he became able to make art full time.
“I have finally hit my stride,” he said.
Keeler Ridge Meadow is owned by the Wilton Land Trust. The group decided to host Curnan's exhibit because of his commitment to the environment.