Propelled by the recent events in Redding, where two bighorn sheep sculptures were defaced and vandalized, an incredible community has spoken - we plan to take an act of destruction and turn it into an act of creation. Shasta County, California will be the first stop for the series, The Trace.



Shasta County Community has rallied to help fix our recently vandalized Bighorn Sheep, Lester and Wilbur. Our first project will be to restore these beasts with the help of Shasta County, whose community has already rallied to collect the broken pieces. Our plan is to start development in September with community participation and the help of Providence International and Robert "Bud" Lincoln Hancock, founder of Providence International. We are excited to bring our beasts back to life!

To learn more on the community help, click here.




The vehicle for the vision of  The Trace is a self-built, reclaimed 1950’s Airstream which is currently being converted to a mobile work shop that can also accommodate crew.

Innovation happens when people from different fields come together. We want to be mobile and self sustainable and offer our skills to community by hosting building / art workshops. As the project develops we hope to be able to develop materials that will assist in teaching local schools, youth groups, etc. We also hope to educate by example, in reusing, recycling, up-cycling and creating with what we have available to us.