2013: Weather Field NO I – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

2013: Weather Field NO I – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

2013: Lotus – by Terrence Karpowicz

2013: Lotus – by Terrence Karpowicz

2012: Meridian X – by Ed McCullough

2012: Meridian X – by Ed McCullough

2012: Meridian X – by Ed McCullough
2012: Meridian X – by Ed McCullough

 

2012: Healing Waters – by Mark Davis

2012: Healing Waters – by Mark Davis

2012: The Road Ahead – by John Himmelfarb

2012: The Road Ahead – by John Himmelfarb

2009: Transitions – by Barbara Cooper

2009: Transitions – by Barbara Cooper

2007: Bench 9 – by Barry Hehemann

2007: Bench 9 – by Barry Hehemann

2004: Split Second – by Neil Goodman

2004: Split Second – by Neil Goodman

1997: Symbiotic Parralax – by Terrence Karpowicz

1997: Symbiotic Parralax – by Terrence Karpowicz

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2015: In Process / Lucent for John Hancock Center

    2015 : Lucent for John Hancock Center In progress  

2014: Amplifiers – by Nicole Beck

  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

2014: Distinguished Alumni Award to Steve Mueller at the Herron School of Art + Design

  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 to Stephen Mueller [Herron School of Art + Design]

  2014: Distinguished Alumni Award goes to Stephen Mueller [Herron School of Art + Design] For the press release, click here..        

2014: Carts & Cocktails at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park [Governers State University]

  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

2014: Gary Freeman Remembrance Celebration

  GARY FREEMAN [1937 – 2014]. Gary Freeman was a Professor Emeritus of Sculpture at Herron School of Art and Design at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis [IUPUI]. All three co-founders of Vector – Barry Hehemann, Steve Mueller and Mike Wilkie – studied under Professor Gary Freeman at the John Herron School of Art and Design. “We Continue Reading

2014: Seven Thousand Cords – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

  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

2013: Abstract – by Neil Goodman

  Abstract – by Neil Goodman 2013 / Bronze     2013: Abstract – by Neil Goodman                

2013: Weather Field No. I – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

  Weather Field No. I – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle Installed: 2013       013: Weather Field No. I – by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle             FABRICATION – Weather Field No 1             INSTALLATION of Weather Field No I                 Continue Reading

2013: Ecotone – by Barbara Cooper

Photo Credit: Ed Chapelle   Ecotone – by Barbara Cooper  Installed: 2013. Location: Florida Gulf Coast University Library, Fort Meyers, Florida. Wood, metal  / Approximate dimensions:  36’ long x 12’ high x 8’ long  Ecotone is a place where two different habitats meet.  While it has some of the characteristics of each bordering community, certain plant species not Continue Reading