Continuum by Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran

Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran graduated from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in 1992 with a BFA in Sculpture and a K-12 Art teaching certification. She taught for a few years in the public school system until deciding to develop her career in Sculpture. After graduating from East Carolina University in 1998 she was fortunate to receive several large-scale figurative bronze commissions. Jodi and her husband Hanna Jubran own and operate J&H Studio, Inc where they make and exhibit their work. They both teach at East Carolina University and enjoy traveling around the world participating in international sculpture symposiums.

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Artist Statement:

 

“Continuum is a link between a continuous series of energy. The circular stainless steel form evokes energy by being reflective. The repeated lines on the surface of the stainless steel also describe movement and action. The glass blocks are representational of energy giving forces like water, wind, fire and the sun. The extended rodsare representational of the energy escaping. When the wind blows the rods touch and energy sounds are created.”