2016 Installations | Sculptures

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HOSS HALEY | New Growth | Fabricated corten steel | 25 x 12 x 12 feet | 75,000.

Installation in progress | HOSS HALEY | New Growth | Fabricated corten steel | 25 x 12 x 12 feet | 75,000.

BILL BROWN | The Mediator | Forged and fabricated steel | 73 x 186 x 34 inches | 28,000.

BILL BROWN | The Mediator | Forged and fabricated steel | 73 x 186 x 34 inches | 28,000.

Christina Shmigel | Garden Borrowing the View from Afar

Christina Shmigel | Garden Borrowing the View from Afar

Christina Shmigel | Garden Borrowing the View from Afar

Christina Shmigel | Garden Borrowing the View from Afar

Laurencia Strauss | Landlines

Laurencia Strauss | Landlines

Laurencia Strauss | Landlines

Laurencia Strauss | Landlines

JACKSON MARTIN | Ascent II, 2016 | Steel, vinyl, grommets, soil, juniper trees | Available by special commission

Ascent II was designed specifically for the Installation Garden in the newly renovated Penland Gallery & Visitors Center. The piece consists of seven juniper trees spiraling out from a central point within the courtyard. Vinyl mesh cones were fabricated in order to hold and embrace each growing tree, eventually suspending them above the ground. This fabric was chosen for its durability and its resemblance to natural burlap, the material used to wrap a tree’s roots for transport. In addition, steel rings and legs are utilized mainly for structure, but add an element of simple line aesthetics to the overall piece. Rather than seven separate entities, Ascent II is to be viewed as a transition in the life of one juniper tree; grounded, gradually uprooted and then existing in a higher spiritual realm. Installation fabric courtesy of Sailrite, Columbia City, IN.

JACKSON MARTIN | Ascent II, 2016 | Steel, vinyl, grommets, soil, juniper trees | Available by special commission

Ascent II was designed specifically for the Installation Garden in the newly renovated Penland Gallery & Visitors Center. The piece consists of seven juniper trees spiraling out from a central point within the courtyard. Vinyl mesh cones were fabricated in order to hold and embrace each growing tree, eventually suspending them above the ground. This fabric was chosen for its durability and its resemblance to natural burlap, the material used to wrap a tree’s roots for transport. In addition, steel rings and legs are utilized mainly for structure, but add an element of simple line aesthetics to the overall piece. Rather than seven separate entities, Ascent II is to be viewed as a transition in the life of one juniper tree; grounded, gradually uprooted and then existing in a higher spiritual realm. Installation fabric courtesy of Sailrite, Columbia City, IN.

JACKSON MARTIN | Ascent II, 2016 | Steel, vinyl, grommets, soil, juniper trees | Available by special commission

Ascent II was designed specifically for the Installation Garden in the newly renovated Penland Gallery & Visitors Center. The piece consists of seven juniper trees spiraling out from a central point within the courtyard. Vinyl mesh cones were fabricated in order to hold and embrace each growing tree, eventually suspending them above the ground. This fabric was chosen for its durability and its resemblance to natural burlap, the material used to wrap a tree’s roots for transport. In addition, steel rings and legs are utilized mainly for structure, but add an element of simple line aesthetics to the overall piece. Rather than seven separate entities, Ascent II is to be viewed as a transition in the life of one juniper tree; grounded, gradually uprooted and then existing in a higher spiritual realm. Installation fabric courtesy of Sailrite, Columbia City, IN.

JACKSON MARTIN | Ascent II, 2016 | Steel, vinyl, grommets, soil, juniper trees | Available by special commission

Ascent II was designed specifically for the Installation Garden in the newly renovated Penland Gallery & Visitors Center. The piece consists of seven juniper trees spiraling out from a central point within the courtyard. Vinyl mesh cones were fabricated in order to hold and embrace each growing tree, eventually suspending them above the ground. This fabric was chosen for its durability and its resemblance to natural burlap, the material used to wrap a tree’s roots for transport. In addition, steel rings and legs are utilized mainly for structure, but add an element of simple line aesthetics to the overall piece. Rather than seven separate entities, Ascent II is to be viewed as a transition in the life of one juniper tree; grounded, gradually uprooted and then existing in a higher spiritual realm. Installation fabric courtesy of Sailrite, Columbia City, IN.