Image: Wizard's Chair
P.R. Miller: The Grizzled Wizard
Sept. 1 - Sept. 4, 2005
The Sculpture Center presents P.R. Miller's sculptural work in recycled industrial trash at the Galleria as part of the downtown Cleveland Labor Day weekend event INGENUITY: A Festival of Art and Technology.
Image: work in progress...
Jeffry Chiplis: It's a Gas! Sculpture with Light and Color
Sept. 16 - Oct. 21, 2005
Cleveland's own and becoming nationally known neon artist opens The Sculpture Center's artistic season with a neon installation on Fri. Sept. 16, and featured on Sun., Sept. 18 as a Lolley the Trolley stop for SPARX in the City.
(Note: SPARX in the City charges admission for Trolley tours.)
Sculpture Artist 1:
Nov. 4 - Dec. 2, 2005
Duffy creates "systems" and sets them
in motion to observe
the results. Materials include hot sculpted
and cold worked glass, vinyl, plastics,
charcoal and ink.
Window to Sculpture Artist 2:
Dec. 9, 2005 - Jan. 6, 2006
Orcutt uses found objects, aluminum, bronze, and steel
to create fantastical flying machines to express flight metaphors. (press
Image: Tin Can Project
Window to Sculpture Artist 3:
Jan. 20 - Feb. 17, 2006
Baumlier investigates whether technology brings us closer or further away from one another in multi-media installations using light, metals, video and found materials. (press
Image: gallery shot March 2004
Juried Show of Ohio Sculpture: On a Pedestal
Mar. 10 - Apr. 14, 2006
ON A PEDESTAL returns to The Sculpture Center
by popular request. Viktor Schreckengost
will serve as juror to select 20 to 25 pedestal-sized
works from entries submitted by Ohio sculptors
who are at any stage in their career working
in any medium. (press
Image: Window to Sculpture postcard
View: Celebrating 15 Years of Window to Sculpture
19 - Jun. 16, 2006
An exhibition of current works by alumni of The Sculpture
Center’s emerging sculptors program. This invitational is co-produced
with and presented at the Cleveland State University
Art Gallery. (press
|Window to Sculpture Artist 4:
Jun. 9 - Jul. 7, 2006
Kralickova uses a keen eye to note subtle gestures
and activity, capturing the human figure in clay and
fabrics with at times exaggerated details. (press
Image: Jeddu from
Private Collections, Dec 2004
Viktor Schreckengost National Centennial Exhibition
1 - 30, 2006
The Sculpture Center
presents works on loan from private collectors
in conjunction with the nation-wide exhibition
in celebration of Viktor Schreckengost's
2008/2009, 2007/2008, 2006/2007, 2005/2006, 2004/2005, 2003/2004, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997
Free admission and parking.
Free public receptions
Window to Sculpture artists
are scheduled on
Nick De Pirro
Wed - Fri: 10am - 4pm
Saturday: noon - 4pm
Groups and tours by
The Sculpture Center is
located in Cleveland's
University Circle, near
intersection of Euclid Ave.
and E. 123rd Street, next to
View Cemetery. Our
address is 1834 E. 123rd St.
Sculpture Center entrance.
We’re honored to feature a
past exhibitor in our entrance
lobby every other month.
Check out the latest artist.
Tom Evert (alum. 2000,01)