Thomas Scoon

Artwork

Companion # 11, 2015

Thomas Scoon

Companion # 11, 2015

Cast Glass & Granite

30 x 6 x 5 in

Companion #1

Thomas Scoon

Companion #1

Cast Glass and Granite

49 x 12 x 7 in

Companion #10, 2015

Thomas Scoon

Companion #10, 2015

Cast Galss & Granite

30 x 6.50 x 5 in

Companion #2

Thomas Scoon

Companion #2

Cast glass and granite

30 x 7 x 3.50 in

Companion #3

Thomas Scoon

Companion #3

Granite and Cast Glass

58 x 15 x 8 in

Companion #4, 2013

Thomas Scoon

Companion #4, 2013

Cast Glass & Granite

49 x 12 x 7 in

Companion #6, 2015

Thomas Scoon

Companion #6, 2015

Cast Glass & Granite

33.50 x 6.50 x 5 in

Companion #7, 2015

Thomas Scoon

Companion #7, 2015

Cast Glass & Granite

32 x 6.50 x 5 in

Companion #8

Thomas Scoon

Companion #8

Cast Glass & Granite

32.50 x 6.50 x 5 in

Companion #9, 2015

Thomas Scoon

Companion #9, 2015

Cast Glass & Granite

30 x 6 x 5 in

Entwine #1

Thomas Scoon

Entwine #1

Wall mounted cast glass, bronze and granite

50 x 30 x 2 in

Mate #1

Thomas Scoon

Mate #1

Cast Glass & Granite

51 x 12 x 7 in

Visionary #3

Thomas Scoon

Visionary #3

Cast Glass and Granite

49 x 13 x 20 in

Voyager #4

Thomas Scoon

Voyager #4

Cast Glass and Granite

24 x 6 x 6 in

White Glass and Stone Figure I

Thomas Scoon

White Glass and Stone Figure I

Cast glass and granite

32 x 8 x 4 in

White Glass and Stone Figure II

Thomas Scoon

White Glass and Stone Figure II

Cast glass and granite

33 x 8 x 4 in

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Thomas Scoon
Using cast glass and granite, New Hampshire sculptor Thomas Scoon focuses exclusively on the human figure, abstracting it while still emphasizing the essence of gender, gesture and other human characteristics. The organic granite stones have spectacular traces of quartz, mica and iron running throughout them, and juxtaposed with the translucent glass, result in works that balance the beauty of nature and explore familial and generational relationships, both as a personal narrative and universal construct. Professional Experience 2003 University of New Hampshire, Adjunct Instructor, Sculpture Dept. 1989-90 Massachusetts College of Art, Adjunct Instructor, Sculptural Glass Casting 1984 Pilchuck Glass School, Teaching Assistant, Glass Blowing Education Masters of Fine Art - Massachusetts College of Art, 1990 Bachelor of Fine Arts - Illinois State University, 1988 Museums (Permanent Collections) Mobile Museum of Art, Haverty Collection, Mobile AL Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN Casine Collection, Sydney Australia Art in the Embassy Program, US State Department, DC Detroit Institute of Arts, Chordorkoff Collection, Detroit, MI Glassmuseum, Ebeltoft, Denmark Detroit Institute of Arts, Robinson Collection, Detroit, Mi Onessimo Fine Art of Palm Beach exclusively represents Thomas Scoon. If you are interested in purchasing artwork or have any questions, please contact us.
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