Description HooDoos are sandstone sculpted by freeze-thaw cycles and rain. They range from five to one-hundred-fifty feet high and erode at the rate of two to four feet per century. The more durable are fortified with dolomite. On my circuit from and back to Grand Junction, Colorado, didnt get to Bryce Canyon, but so glad I saw the eastward formations called Nefertiti, Three Gossips, this grouping and more.See more at SucceedandSoar.com
Sandra Gould Ford, Pittsburgh, PA Member Since April 2011 Artist Statement Sandra Gould Ford creates and presents art and arts experiences that encourage, refresh, enrich creative thinking and inspire. She teaches and exhibits nationwide. She has received Fellowships from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and the Dow Creativity Center. She has completed residencies at Yaddo, Ucross, Ragdale, Djerassi, Millay, Hedgebrook and Dorland Mountain Arts Colony.