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Sculpture Vulture: Love and Forgiveness at St. Mark’s Episcopal

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This week’s Sculpture Vulture focuses on Denny Haskew’s Love and Forgiveness which can be found in the columbarium at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. Donated by Mary and Dr. Dean Kumpuris it is the focal point of this peaceful, respectful site of contemplation, grief and hope.

Haskew’s sculpture features a rising figure with arms stretched out and palms facing upward towards the heavens. The figure is emerging from a cross which is planted in a pile of rocks at the base. The figure’s face is marked with a serene determination.

This sculpture was cast in 1999. It stands approximately 8 feet tall in bronze on top of a two foot stone base. It was the first of Haskew’s sculptures to be placed in Little Rock.  He now has several in private collections as well as Riverfront Park.

A member of the National Sculptors’ Guild, Haskew has participated each year in the Sculpture at the River Market invitational.

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Author: Scott

A public relations practitioner with a life long interest in the arts and humanities: theatre, music, architecture, photography, history, etc.

One thought on “Sculpture Vulture: Love and Forgiveness at St. Mark’s Episcopal

  1. Beautiful. Thank you.

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