Cecilia Schiller is a woodcarver who specializes in creating automata–interactive wooden sculptures that come to life with the turn of a crank. Her whimsical creations highlight her intricate carvings and knack for engineering complex crank systems. Her most recent work is her largest sculpture to date–a 14-foot high bird habitat. Cecilia created the sculpture as a piece of public art, meant to be experienced and enjoyed by people of all ages. mno-buttonaha1

Minnesota Music in this Segment:
Justin Rubin
Lazerbeak

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Cecilia Schiller
Bruce Silcox Photography
Landmark Center
Joseph Giannetti Photography