Contact: Toni Shrewsbury

Suwanee SculpTour

330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024

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Artist Coral Penelope Lambert is internationally recognized for working in cast metal as well as producing large scale outdoor sculpture. As an associate professor of sculpture at Alfred University in upstate New York, she also directs the National Casting Center's Foundry. She studied sculpture in England where she received her MFA. Her award-winning work can be seen in collections all over the world.

Art Name: Shape Shifters
Category: Sculpture
Dimension: 8ft tall, 800 pounds
Location: 2017-2019 Suwanee SculpTour
330 Town Center Avenue
Suwanee, GA 30024
Sponsored by Salude, the Art of Recovery

This sculpture explores ancient ideas of how things come into being; it is about geology, resonance, and metamorphosis. The pod-like forms were modeled by the artist to look like they were created by nature, much like the way flowing water erodes rock over time. The spirals reference time as well as archaeology and astronomy. The aim for 'Shape Shifter' as a public setting is to create a resting place, a place for quiet contemplation about the world around us. Fabricated of cast aluminum and steel, the sculpture stands 8 feet tall and weighs approximately 600 pounds. If you're interested in purchasing this piece, call Toni Shrewsbury at the City of Suwanee.