“Nine” is located at the Georgetown Public Library outside the 9th Street entrance.
Artist: Scott Shubin
Dimensions: 9’H x 5’W x 6’D
Materials: 3″ x 3″ Candy Blue Powder Coating with Stainless Steel Mounting Tabs
“Nine” is made of continuous metal pieces connected. This piece can be placed in different ways. The piece symbolizes the different directions the circle of life takes.
“I’m a sculpture and metal fabricator with over 20years experience. My chose medium is steel, stainless steel, aluminum, glass and limestone.
My work varies from medium to large scale. From contemporary to rustic to kinetic. 2015 DFW Sculptor of the Year. Board member of Texas Sculpture Association. Selected for the Georgetown Recycled Street Sign Sculpture.” Scott Shubin
This piece is on loan to the City of Georgetown from the artist with support from the Georgetown Arts & Culture Board, and will be on exhibit through November 2021. To view this piece on the online Sculpture Tour map, please click here.
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