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Sculpture Walk 5 is a showcase public art in Kingsport. Artists submit their work to the Kingsport Public Art Commitee and every year the best peices are selected and placed in scenic areas of the city. The result is a stirring interest in public art and an array of beautiful sculptures and various other works of art throught the city.

To take a pictorial tour of Sculpture Walk 5, please click below.

Sculpture Walk 5 Exhibits

Intersections Revisited by Roger Halligan

Kavanaugh Himself by Jim Collins

Tistah-Tous by Bennett Wine

Three Flames by Shawn Morin

Farmstead by Rudy Rudisell

Midsummer by Hanna Jubran

Sail-n-Sun by Wayne Trapp

Malachite Voyager by Glenn Zweygardt

Tower of Remembering by Bob Pulley

Transitions by Jim Weitzel

About the Sculpture Walk:

The Sculpture Walk is an initiative of the Kingsport Public Art Committee to introduce contemporary outdoor sculpture to our community.

The Walk is a temporary exhibit that is presented by a guest curator employed by the Committee to assemble artists from all over the country. Artists are paid a stipend for the loan of their piece.

Guide by Cell:(423) 200-3205

The Sculpture Walk is proud to introduce “Guide by Cell”. This new feature is a automatic tour guide that will guide you through the Sculpture Walk V tour. Just call 423-200-3205 to access sculpture numbers for more information on each piece.

The Sculpture Walk V is made possible through the generous support of the following businesses and individuals:

Absolute Communications

Arts Council of Greater Kingsport

Bank of Tennessee

Steve and Mary Banks

Wayne Basler

Delphian Club of Kingsport

Downtown Kingsport Association

Eastman Chemical Company

Eastman Credit Union

Eastman Lifting Services

First Tennessee Bank

GRC Construction

Roy and Liza Harmon

Kingsport Chamber of Commerce

Kingsport Convention Visitor Bureau

Kingsport Times-News

Scott and Bonnie Macdonald

Pal’s Sudden Service

Parks and Recreation, City of Kingsport

Public Works and Engineering, City of Kingsport

98.5 Radio Station

Regional Eye Center

Jane and Buddy Scott

Tennessee Arts Commission