Save Outdoor Sculpture, New Hampshire survey, 1993.
Six cavorting nude infants, all possibly male, stand side by side atop an undulating sculpture base and concrete pad. From left to right the first figure stands with his proper right hand extended in front of him and his proper left hand placed on the second figure's shoulder. His mouth is open, possibly in song. The second figure stands holding a narrow scroll with both hands. Between the second and third figures is a bunch of foliage and grapes. The third figure stands on his proper right leg with his proper left leg raised slightly in the air. He holds a pair of small cymbals with both hands, his mouth open in song. The fourth figure stands on his proper right leg and holds a cup against his chest with his proper right hand while holding a bunch of grapes atop his head with his proper left hand. The fifth figure stands holding panpipes to his mouth with his proper right and grapes to his side with his proper left hand. The final figure stands with both hand raised in front of him. The sculpture rests on a concrete pad that is set flush with garden floor.
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums