TRINITY, stainless steel, bronze, limestone and water, 14’ x 40’ x 18”

This sculpture proposal has flowing water and limestone benches for people to sit and interact with the space.

Jodi Hollnagel-Jubran and Hanna Jubran
Grimesland, NC

Professional Vita

HANNA JUBRAN
Professor, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
Member and Director, International Association for Monumental Sculpture Events, Granby, Canada, 1998-2005

JODI HOLLNAGEL-JUBRAN
Visiting Art/Adjunct Teacher, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 1998-2004
Consultant, J&H Art Studio, Grimesland, North Carolina, 1999-2004
Assistant in the commissioned execution of fine art works, Tom Queoff Studio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1993

Selected Public Installations

Kitty Hawk, North Carolina (Jubran and Hollanagel-Jubran)
Griffis Sculpture Park, East Otto, New York (Jubran)
Town of Nags Head Municipal Building, Nags Head, North Carolina (Jubran)
Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville, North Carolina (Jubran)
Association d’Eve’nements Internationauxde Sculpture Monumentale, Granby, Quebec, Canada (Jubran)

Selected Collections

Jesse Helms Archive Center, Wingate, North Carolina (Jubran and Hollnagel-Jubran)
East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina (Jubran and Hollnagel-Jubran)
Kinston Art Museum, Kinston Arts Council, Kinston, North Carolina (Hollnagel-Jubran)
Tijuana—San Diego Park—Permanent Collection Gani Sculpture Garden, San Diego, California (Jubran)
Pirrkala International Sculpture Park, Pirrkala, Finland (Jubran)

Education

HANNA JUBRAN
MFA, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1983
BFA, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1980

JODI HOLLNAGEL-JUBRAN
MFA, East Carolina University, 1998
BFA, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1992

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10/14/2005 Design by Jason Hayden and Gary A. Adams

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