Internationally renowned sculptor John Raymond Henry produces monumental works for private individuals, museums, as well as public institutions and municipalities in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Working out of his studio in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Henry also produces table top sized sculptures, but he is best known for his large scale public works of art. The son of a construction engineer, Henry creates sculptures that can rise from 60-70 feet in height and are fashioned from industrial materials. A founding member of the artist owned gallery ConStruct, along with such other sculpture luminaries as Mark di Suervo and Charles Ginniver, Henry leverages his nationally recognized expertise to curate museum and gallery exhibitions.
Acquired directly from the Artist