. 2015: Double Donut #I – by Karl Geckler Description: Stainless Steel / 18″ x 20″ x 32″. For Karl Geckler website.. click here.. A excerpt from his website.. Karl Geckler is an architect and sculptor based in Chicago, IL. He has worked for the architectural firms SOM, Taller de Arquitectura, and GREC Architects. He Continue Reading
2015: Let’s Go – by Terry Karpowicz. Latest in the Karpowicz Athelete series.. For Terry Karpowicz website click here…. .
Lucent – by Wolfgang Buttress Unveiled: May 26, 2015 Location: John Hancock Center – south lobby – Chestnut Street entrance Commissioned by HEARN, a Chicago-based real estate investment firm. Concept: Lucent accurately map the stars that can be seen in the Northern Hemisphere from earth with naked eye. Description: Semi-spherical sculpture made of stainless Continue Reading
Eclipse – Mike Baur Sculpture and Steve Mueller Painting At Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery, University of Indianapolis January 16 – Ferbrary 6, 2015.
Amplifiers – by Nicole Beck Dedicated: October 10, 2014 Location: Electrical and Computer Engineering [ECE] building at the University of Illinois. 306 N Wright St Urbana, IL 61801, at the entrance from the quad side of the building. Description: 18′ x 12′ x 6′/ Stainless steel, dichroic glass, RGB LEDs, granite. Commission by Capital Continue Reading
The Herron Alumni Association honored Steve Mueller (B.F.A. ‘76 with High Distinction) as 2014 recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award. The award recognizes outstanding alumni who have brought honor to their alma mater by distinguishing themselves professionally or through extraordinary service to the school and university. Mueller has done both. At a special gathering Continue Reading
2014: Distinguished Alumni Award goes to Stephen Mueller [Herron School of Art + Design] For the press release, click here..
Carts & Cocktails is an annual benefit fundraiser for the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park. The event 2014 Carts and Cocktails, began with the welcome speech by Jacqueline Lewis [President, NMSP Board]. Other speakers included Susan Ormsby [Immediate Past-President and Event Chair], Elaine P. Maimon [President, Governor State University], Jeanne Bridges [US Head, Diversity and Continue Reading
GARY FREEMAN [1937 – 2014]. Gary Freeman was Professor Emeritus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis [IUPUI] and served as head of the Herron School of Art Sculpture Department for 33 years, from 1968 until his retirement in 2001.He died on January 6, 2014, after a prolonged illness. To celebrate the life of Gary Freeman, Continue Reading
Seven Thousand Cords – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle 2014 / Steel and Wood Seven Thousand Cords [After Beuys] by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle is a contemporary response to Joseph Beuys’s renowned social sculpture/ecological project 7000 Oaks, composed of seven cords of wood as distinct sculptural elements. For more, read the SAIC website entry, “A Lived Practise”.. Continue Reading