“Tower of Remembering is an abstract sculpture measuring 9.5 tall x 4 deep x 3 wide made of high-fired stoneware. Its stony surface, varied textures and earthy colors combine with subtle references to the human figure as well as a general sense of organic growth and energy to suggest the power of nature in all things. The geologic references as well as the â€œstone wallâ€ look of the segments lend a sense of duration of time and of growth energy striving against forces of age and decay.”
My mother inspired my early creative endeavors. She was a na¯ve artist and loved drawing, painting and crafts. In college I discovered that one could actually study art for credit. While in student teaching I met a couple that demonstrated that adults could lead a creative lifestyle and be an artists. It was a revelation to me and I resolved that whatever decisions I made in life, making a space for my art would be a top priority. Since then I have operated a pottery studio, worked in a small factory, taught art in public schools for 32 years and always maintained a studio, exhibited and sold my art.
Guide by Cell: – (423) 200-3205 9#
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.
“Tower of Remembering” by Bob Pulley is now part of the Guide by Cell tour. To hear from the Artist please press 109#. To hear from our curator, Hank Foreman, please press 209#.
To view the Sculpture Walk V brochure, please click here.