Patrick Dougherty’s Twisted Sisters: Years ago, I stumbled on a strange work of art at Brown University in Rhode Island called Square Roots. It was a building-sized series of hollow geometric shapes made out of thousands of dried and woven tree saplings. It had doors and windows, and one could walk right through it. After researching the artist, Patrick Dougherty, I decided I’d try to check out some of his work on purpose. Later, I found another example on the campus of Wheaton College in Norton, MA, called Twisted Sisters. I doubt it’s still standing, and if that guess is not true now, it will be soon. See more.

Patrick Dougherty’s Twisted Sisters: Years ago, I stumbled on a strange work of art at Brown University in Rhode Island called Square Roots. It was a building-sized series of hollow geometric shapes made out of thousands of dried and woven tree saplings. It had doors and windows, and one could walk right through it. After researching the artist, Patrick Dougherty, I decided I’d try to check out some of his work on purpose. Later, I found another example on the campus of Wheaton College in Norton, MA, called Twisted Sisters. I doubt it’s still standing, and if that guess is not true now, it will be soon. See more.