John Raymond Henry (Part 2)

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Friday, Apr 25 2014 by

John Raymond Henry (born 1943) is an internationally renowned sculptor. Since 1971, Henry has produced many monumental and large-scaled works of art for museums, cities and public institutions across the United States, Europe, and Asia. He has created some of the largest contemporary metal sculpture (90 to 100 feet (27 to 30 m) high) in the United States, and his sculpture is designed, engineered, fabricated, and erected by his own studio in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

'Je Souhaite' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Je Souhaite' by John Henry

'Red Sails' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Red Sails' by John Henry
'Sun Target' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Sun Target' by John Henry

'Zach's Tower' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Zach's Tower' by John Henry

'Tatlin's Sentinel' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Tatlin's Sentinel' by John Henry

'Fulcrum' by John Henry (Birds Eye)
'Fulcrum' by John Henry
'Arris' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Arris' by John Henry

'Pittsburgh' by John Henry (Google Maps)
'Pittsburgh' by John Henry
'Pittsburgh' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Pittsburgh' by John Henry

'Paciencia' by John Henry (StreetView)
'Paciencia' by John Henry

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