Local artist Kenny Jensen talks with attendees. Photo courtesy of Grace Stocksdale/Connect.
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Local artist unveils environmental sculpture on campus

Local artist Kenny Jensen unveiled his sustainability inspired sculpture Tuesday on campus.

Paths of Consumption: USFSP by Kenny Jensen. Photo courtesy of Grace Stocksdale/Connect.

Paths of Consumption: USFSP by Kenny Jensen. Photo courtesy of Grace Stocksdale/Connect.

The pair of woodcuts is called Paths of Consumption: USFSP and is part of an ongoing, environmentally focused project. The piece is meant to represent the connection and interaction between humans and nature. The forms of the pieces were inspired by the paths made by insects and leaves.

USFSP’s Public Art Coordinator, Ann Wykel, organized the event and contacted Jensen.

The sculpture is located behind Davis Hall across from The Grind and is accompanied by an information card displaying more details about the piece.

 

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