by Ariadna Zierold
For more than 10 years, American artist Ra Paulette treks a mile by himself to the sandstone mesas of northern New Mexico. Day by day, he patiently chipped and scraped away the walls of these sandstone caverns to produce a sculpted masterpiece of interlocking caverns.
Illuminated only by light tunnels in the ceilings, each chamber possesses its own unique qualities. Although the designs cannot really be likened to any one specific style, each space exhibits a mastery of textures brought to life by light, each creating their own feeling. When complete, the caves will become a venue for artistic events and personal discovery.