George Tobolowsky, sculptor

March 04, 2022 00:25:34
George Tobolowsky, sculptor
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George Tobolowsky, sculptor
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Show Notes

Thanks to three prominent exhibitions in the past nine years, sculptor George Tobolowsky has become synonymous with public art in Texarkana.

You've probably seen at least one of his pieces, metal sculptures made of objects found in scrap yards and industrial sites.

This week, he installed four new sculptures in Texarkana for an exhibition called “Bending the Rules 3.”

While he was in town, he stopped by the studio to talk about his work, his process and his relationship with the Twin Cities.

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Related Texarkana Gazette story with photos

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