“Three Flames” by Shawn Morin

I have long approached sculpture through the use of multiple materials. Granite, marble, limestone, steel, stainless steel, bronze, iron, glass and wood can be found in one or more combinations within the majority of my work.  The incorporation of colors and textures, as well as a multitude other associated physical, spiritual, and  tactile qualities inherent to these materials are also of great importance. However, for me, the overarching truth of my work is that compositional complexity can only be achieved by the constant use of multiple shapes and forms. These shapes and forms by themselves are of no great value or consequence to anyone other than the minimalist, which I am not.  However, when these simple, benign shapes are put together in similar fashion to the way a child plays with blocks, one can immediately see that there are literally limitless compositional opportunities.


Guide by Cell:(423) 200-3205 4#

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.

Three Flames is now part of the Guide by Cell tour.  To hear from the Artist please press 104#. To hear from our curator, Hank Foreman, please press 204#.

To view the Sculpture Walk V brochure, please click here.