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Hope Sculpture by Lou Pearson

The Atomic Bazaar

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Hope Sculpture by Lou Pearson
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Hope Sculpture by Lou Pearson
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Hope Sculpture by Lou Pearson
Hope Sculpture by Lou Pearson

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1980s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

USA

Materials:

stainless steel

Size:

7" W x 20" H

Color/Finish:

steel

Why We Love This

Polished stainless steel sculpture by the late Lou Pearson, titled Hope. Signed by the artist and dated 1988. Pearson was a successful bay area sculptor for forty years, with numerous exhibitions and commissions. He mastered the rigorous technique of grinding, forming and polishing stainless steel and bronze for his designs.
As described by The Atomic Bazaar

Why We Love This

Polished stainless steel sculpture by the late Lou Pearson, titled Hope. Signed by the artist and dated 1988. Pearson was a successful bay area sculptor for forty years, with numerous exhibitions and commissions. He mastered the rigorous technique of grinding, forming and polishing stainless steel and bronze for his designs.

About The Atomic Bazaar

San Diego's Atomic Bazaar is located at the famous Egyptian Theatre in the Hillcrest neighborhood. We offer a unique, eclectic selection of vintage and Mid-Century Modern design furnishings and accessories.