Rocco Alberico comes to Seal Harbor with Acadia-inspired works

Rocco has come to Mount Desert Island for nearly 30 years to vacation, and his love of the area and Acadia National Park inspired his newest piece, now on display at The Naturalist’s Notebook in Seal Harbor. It is called Rockefeller's Teeth, a reference to the affectionate nickname for the rows of granite blocks lining the park's John D. Rockefeller-built carriage roads.


The new work includes a 3-D viewer, a video drawer, a remote-controlled mechanical mosquito and a variety of images from Acadia. The piece—and Rocco—arrived in Seal Harbor this week.


The opening reception for the exhibition will be on Friday, June 25 from 5 to 8 p.m.

25 Jun 2010