Low Country

Condon is a New England native who relocated to Atlanta after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design. For the past twenty years, Condon has been finding inspiration in the environments & culture of the South. Sculpture is a way for him to better understand the natural world. His sculptures are markers of his time as he researches, draws & works the materials in his studio. The end results are homages to his subjects as well as nature itself.  Investigating the flora, fauna & textures of the Low Country, this show is a new series for Condon.

Uncle Monday, 2017

Chris Condon

Uncle Monday, 2017

Hand-carved wooden sculpture

19 x 76 x 22 in (48.26 x 193.04 x 55.88 cm)

Available for Commission

Francis & Marion, 2017

Chris Condon

Francis & Marion, 2017

Hand-carved wooden sculpture

14 x 33 x 9 in (35.56 x 83.82 x 22.86 cm)

Available for Commission

Rookery, 2017

Chris Condon

Rookery, 2017

wood & steel

22 x 88 x 11 in (55.88 x 223.52 x 27.94 cm)

Available for Commission

20 Terrapin Shells , 2017

Chris Condon

20 Terrapin Shells , 2017

Hand-carved wooden sculpture

40 x 40 x 4 in (101.60 x 101.60 x 10.16 cm)

SOLD

Hive #23, 2017

Chris Condon

Hive #23, 2017

wood, cornhusks & wax

24 x 24 x 10 in (60.96 x 60.96 x 25.40 cm)

Available for Commission

Ardea, 2017

Chris Condon

Ardea, 2017

wood, cornhusks & steel

64 x 28 x 13 in (162.56 x 71.12 x 33.02 cm)

Available for Commission

Horseshoe Crabs, 2017

Chris Condon

Horseshoe Crabs, 2017

wood & hemp

18 x 8 x 4 in (45.72 x 20.32 x 10.16 cm)

SOLD

Fish Eaters, 2017

Chris Condon

Fish Eaters, 2017

wood, cornhusks & steel

34 x 16 x 11 in (86.36 x 40.64 x 27.94 cm)

$5,800

Snake Bird, 2017

Chris Condon

Snake Bird, 2017

wood, cornhusks, waxed linen & steel

31 x 32 x 26 in (78.74 x 81.28 x 66.04 cm)

$3,300

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Low Country
Condon is a New England native who relocated to Atlanta after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design. For the past twenty years, Condon has been finding inspiration in the environments & culture of the South. Sculpture is a way for him to better understand the natural world. His sculptures are markers of his time as he researches, draws & works the materials in his studio. The end results are homages to his subjects as well as nature itself. Investigating the flora, fauna & textures of the Low Country, this show is a new series for Condon.
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Spalding Nix Fine Art
Atlanta
Georgia
2017-09-08T00:00:00.0000000
2017-11-04T00:00:00.0000000