James Mason

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James Mason is one of Hammond Harkins most widely recognized and respected artists. His work can be seen in private and public collecitons throughout North America. Completed in 1992, the Columbus Deaf School Park Topiary, A Sunday Afternoon on the Ile de la Grande Jatte (a topiary re-imagining of the Georges Seurat painting) continues to be Jim’s best known work, providing travelers and residents of Columbus, Ohio a favorite sight-seeing destination.

In addition to creating exquisite topiaries and wooden figures, James Mason has been an instructor at Columbus’ Cultural Arts Center from 1978 to present.

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