TITLE: “Structural Analogs”

LOCATION: 1858 N. Mohawk

SIZE: 17’ x 3’ x 3’

MATERIALS: Painted, Welded Aluminum

SPONSOR: Susan and Harry Seigle

J. Christopher Newman’s work creates new but familiar relationship with the environment surrounding it. His sculptures speak to the landscapes, buildings, and people that are constantly changing and moving around them.

The functional relationship between buildings and sculptures are shown in the materials and shapes Newman uses in his work as well as the size. In “Structural Analogs” the artist is looking to introduce the viewer to new ways that artists and architects express themselves and the correlation between the two. The three main forms are quite noticeable and are placed in a way that accentuates their height. They are then placed on an aluminum column that is reminiscent of Greek or Roman style architecture.

YEARS EXHIBITED: 2022, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011
“Structural Analogs” by J. CHRISTOPHER NEWMAN

Above photo shows selected year in exhibit
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