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Artist Solidly Behind Airy Sculptures

Scott Carroll’s first Arkansas exhibit opens at WAC

Posted: January 25, 2013 at 3:41 a.m.

The exhibit “Tectonics” by artist Scott Carroll opened this week and will be on display at the Walton Arts Center through April 14. “Rings for Annie” is one of the pieces in the exhibit.
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The exhibit “Tectonics” by artist Scott Carroll opened this week and will be on display at the Walton Arts Center through April 14. “Rings for Annie” is one of the pieces in the exhibit.

Sculptor Scott Carroll says his work is subtle, “not bang you over the head with an idea.” Carroll, a Fayetteville resident, hopes his abstract pieces are more contemplative than that. The viewer should fill in a lot of the blanks, but the pieces represent things that are real to him, such as objects in nature, smoke rings or clouds, he says.

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