32nd Annual Rosen Sculpture Walk, July 28th

Published Monday, July 23, 2018 at 11:28 am

 

“Trojan Exhaust” by Jonathan Bowling is made out of repurposed steel.

By Hailey Blevins

From 10 a.m. to noon on July 28th, the 32nd Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition will be open to the public. This free event starts at the Schaefer Center with an introduction. 10 sculptures, each by a different artist, will be displayed across campus at Appalachian State University during a sculpture walk. The walk will conclude back at the Schaefer Center, where the top 3 winners will be announced and a reception will follow.

The Rosen Sculpture Competition and Exhibition is an annual national juried competition presented by An Appalachian Summer Festival and the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. Martin and Doris Rosen established this competition in 1987. Since then, the competition continues with a tradition of showcasing contemporary American sculptures across the campus of Appalachian State University.

Twelve sculptures were chosen this year. In addition to the 10 placed at Appalachian State University, two other sculptures were installed at Appalachian House and at Blowing Rock Art and History Museum.

“Connection” by Brian Glaze is made from painted steel.

The Artists and Their Sculptures

• Jacob Burmood, Draped Fabrication, Bronze on steel base, Ottawa, KS,

• Brian Glaze, Connection, Painted Steel, Sinking Spring, PA

• Richard Herzog, “It’s All Bbout Electricity,” Steel, Sarasota, FL

• Hanna Jubran, Neutron Star, Painted Steel, North Grimesland, NC

• Beau Lyday, Gothic Doorway, Wood, tin, steel, Valdese, NC

• Susan Moffatt, Succulent II, Marble on granite and steel base, Chapel Hill, NC

• Shawn Morin, Column A, Column B, Column You, Column Me, Granite, marble, steel, stainless steel, Bowling Green, OH

• Jordan Parah, Peaceful Passage, Aluminum, Greenville, NC

• Adam Walls, Life, Painted Steel, Hope Mills, NC

• Glenn Zweygardt, Copper Top OM, Granite, powder-coated steel, cast glass, Alfred Station, NY

• Jonathan Bowling, Trojan Exhaust, Repurposed Steel, Greenville, NC (Sculpture located at Appalachian House)

• Andrew Light, Anomie Exquisite, Stainless steel, Lexington, KY (Sculpture located at the Blowing Rock Art and History Museum)

The Rosen Sculpture and Competition is made possible by the generosity of the Rosen Family: The Martin & Doris Rosen Giving Fund/Debbie Rosen Davidson and David Rosen/Charles & Nancy Rosenblatt Foundation.

The Rosen Sculpture Walk will take place rain or shine. In the event of heavy rain, a presentation including images of the sculptures will be held indoors at the Schaefer Center.

Comments

comments

Privacy Policy | Rights & Permissions | Discussion Guidelines

Website Management by Outer Banks Media