As I contemplate the arrival of Memorial Day Weekend I am amazed that we made it through this interminable winter, but as long as it seemed, I can’t believe the beginning of the summer season is here. I find I am slow to pull out the summer clothes, and I haven’t bought one plant for my porch. Not yet. I suppose I’m looking at summer with distrust after days of frigid temps with no power, and when there was power, conserving the platinum-priced heating oil by keeping the house at bone-chilling temps. Summer… I thought you and your blue skies and warm sun would never arrive. I promise to not take you for granted, or whine when it’s too warm. Well, not much.
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Every day, Angela Rose is surrounded by giant galvanized steel tubes and recycled electrical cable and she couldn’t be happier. The sculptor works with off-beat materials in her North Harwich studio to create unusual garden sculptures that resemble flowers, insects and fairie wands. Dividing her time between Tucson and Harwich, the space artist, as she calls herself, has the best of both worlds. Summers on Cape Cod which she adores, warm winters in Arizona, and meaningful work year-round.