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Stephen Schubert
Phoenix Rising
2003


Project Area: North Hollywood
Project: NoHo Gateway Sculpture
Project Location: Lankersheim and Burbank Boulevards at Tujunga Avenue
Project Type: Cultural Trust Fund

Description:

TNI, the North Hollywood Community Forum, and the NoHo Regional Arts Council came together to develop this northern gateway to North Hollywood. Artist Stephen Schubert's sculpture consists of a bronze bird atop an metal chair atop a 5' d solid bronze sphere all carefully balanced within a slate clad base located in a traffic island. The sculpture welcomes visitors to the NoHo Arts District and was funded in part by the CRA/LA's NoHo Cultural Trust Fund.
Image of Gateway Dedication
 

Artist Profile

Artist Stephen Schubert is most recognized for his multidimensional paintings.  Schubert derives the majority of his inspiration from his travels and deep appreciation for nature.  The artist was invited to participate in the Community of Angels project in Los Angeles because his whimsical and colorful approach to his sculpture created a strong composition.  Schubert notes, “My pieces invite you in and say, ‘Take time to stop and eat and enjoy the earth you walk on.’  It's basic and simple.”  The artist maintains a studio in North Hollywood, California.