published Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Noted sculptor Jack Hastings dies in Sewanee at 87

The 15-foot aluminum mobile sculpture 'Dancing on Air' by Jack Hastings was commissioned by Nashville International Airport in 1999. / Karen Edgin
The 15-foot aluminum mobile sculpture 'Dancing on Air' by Jack Hastings was commissioned by Nashville International Airport in 1999. / Karen Edgin
Photo by The Tennessean /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

Beloved local sculptor Jack Hastings died in his Sewanee Deepwoods art studio on Wednesday. He was 87.

Hastings’ work had been commissioned to many Tennessee public facilities, including Nashville International Airport, where his mobile “Dancing on Air” still hangs, and TVA headquarters in Chattanooga.

Together with his partner of 53 years, fiber artist Arlyn Ende, he wove a tapestry of work that inspired and fascinated other artists and art lovers.

Read more at The Tennessean.

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