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Sculptor Jud Turner


Jud Turner’s sculptures, made of recycled materials, take on an eclectic array of subjects. But bones and skeletons are perhaps the most haunting motifs in Turner’s work. He insists this isn’t because he has a dark side. Rather, he says these objects illustrate an organic process he aspires for in his work.

First Broadcast: 2010
Producer: KC Cowan
Videographer/Editor: Greg Bond

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Author Lauren Kessler; Sculptor Jud Turner; Singer/Songwriter Beth Wood

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #1207
Original Broadcast: November 18, 2010