Jon Barlow Hudson

SYNCHRONICITY : MINQIN

stainless steel. Minqin Desert Intl. Sculpture Park, Minqin, Gansu Prov., China. theme of "synchronicity"

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Dimensions : 5 cm x 5 cm x 5 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 1 kg
Year : 2019
Material : Installation, Metal, Steel
Style : abstract, contemporary, Land Art, geometric, monumental, poetic, modern, architectural, constructive, interactive

Jon Barlow Hudson

Hudson has been creating large scale sculpture for public environments since 1975: throughout the USA, in 27 other countries, and 23 throughout China alone. He works on any scale, in a wide range of materials, in various motifs and types of installation.

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THE COMMON GOOD
theme of honoring Public Servants/Service. 14 quotes by various public service notables about public service,engraved on the stone: one must walk round the stone to read them. 2 seats that are inter-connected, so the seated may communicate thru the stone wall and hold hands.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Stone, Natural materials
PARADIGM
commissioned by World Expo 1988 in Brisbane, Australia. 2 works were commissioned: MORNING STAR II.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Metal, Light
EIDOLON : CENTER OF LEARNING
stainless steel, 10 ft. dia./3.3m.dia, OAC % art proj. installed at H.Q.B.Memorial Library, Central State Univ., Wilberforce, OH. theme of education, books, learning. 18 quotes by notable African American educators laser but into the central book pages.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Steel, Metal
4 WALNUTS
COMMISSIONED for riverside park, Changchun, Jilin, China. theme of 4 walnuts hanging in a tree in a sphere close-packing tetrahedral configuration: the empty space is now the form/the walnuts are now empty space.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Bronze
SYNCHRONICITY and TS'UNG TUBES
Aswan, Egypt, carved in Aswan granite. installed in Aswan Intl. Sculpture Park.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Stone, Granite
SHIVA:ORCHID
installed on Samila Beach, Songkhla, Thailand. constructed with stainless steel, sanded surfaces.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Metal, Steel
TS'UNG TUBE XXI:LAPIDEA
inspired by the ancient Chinese jade ritual object, called a ts'ung tube or cong, symbol on the unity of heaven and earth. carved from a single basalt-lava column at Lapidea Naturstein, Mayen.
Jon Barlow Hudson, Stone, Natural materials
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