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Clement Featured at Boscobel House

May 21, 2012

John Clement’s sculptures Hot Tamale, Tusk, and Orange Julius will be featured in an upcoming exhibition at the Boscobel House in Garrison, NY. In the exhibtion, John Clement exhibits his  brightly colored bent steel pipes that appear to defy gravity as they loop through space creating circular “line drawings”.   A student of such acclaimed artists as Marc di Suvero and John Henry, Clement’s geometric work follows a similar tradition of large-scale Constructivist-inspired sculpture, and yet breaks the boundaries of the genre by constantly playing with the ideas of form and space in curvilinear compositions. The exhibition, entitled Current, is sponsored by the Garrison Art Center and also features work by Vladas Vildzunias, Tom Holmes, James Murray, and Jeff Shapiro. It opens on June 1 and will be on view through October 8, 2012. For more information about visiting Boscobel House, please click here.