Brooklyn artist, Jack Henry gathers commonplace found objects and transforms them into multi-media sculptural works he calls, “monuments to post-industrial America”. Characterized by colorful abstractions, the process behind his signature “Core Sample” sculptures begins with building a vertical mold out of plywood and plastic, which he then uses to cast a variety of collected objects in layers of resin, cement and urban debris. The results are colorful, chaotic, and intricately-textured, resembling geographic core samples from an urban landfill.