2006 - 2007 Exhibition Calendar


Image: Untitled (boxes & envelopes)
           (detail), 2004

 

Window to Sculpture Artist Series
Pamela DeCoker
Oct. 13 - Nov. 10, 2006


Pamela DeCoker uses a technique to create sculptural reliefs and objects from acrylic paint skins, formed with at least 20 brushed layers of paint.
(press release-pdf)

 

Tru Tran Image
           Image: Food Party (detail), 2006

 

Window to Sculpture Artist Series
Thu Tran
Nov. 17 - Dec. 15, 2006


Thu Tran works in hand blown and solid worked glass, fabrics, oil and acrylic paints to create objects identifying with popular culture and packaging.

(press release-pdf)

 


Image: NYC Fantasy machine 1: Empire
           State Building
(detail), 2006

 

Window to Sculpture Artist Series
Jo Q. Nelson: Model, Protagonist
Jan. 12 - Feb. 24, 2007


With mixed media installations of sculptures of wood and metal and digital images, made on an Erector-set-like scale, Nelson reveals the societal norms and the environmental activities that often operate invisibly, yet govern and inform daily life.

(press release-pdf)
(Cleveland Scene review)


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            Image: Dietrich Wegner,
                       Bomber Boy, 2005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On A Pedestal and Off The Wall
The Third Annual Exhibition of Small Sculpture from the Region

Juried by Don Harvey
Mar. 16 - Apr. 21, 2007


Artists panel and reception, The Material Influence: A Panel Discussion by 4 Sculptors, on Saturday, April 21 at 3:00 pm

On exhibition this year are works by Jake Beckman, Kate Budd, Case Conover, Rene Culler, Ilena Finocchi, Christine French, Abigail Good, Dana Goodman, Artemis Herber, Nichole Herzing, Alex Hibbitt , Lauren Kalman, Greg Martin, Janet Mikolajczyk, Greg Mueller, J. Derek O'Brien, Leslie Pontz, Mark Soppeland, Mark VanFleet, Donna Webb, and Dietrich Wegner. 21 artists are represented by 28 works of art, in all media, including installation and performance, with many for sale.

This annual exhibition has been expanded to showcase smaller sculptural works by artists of Ohio, its contiguous states (Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania), and Ontario, Canada. This year's juror was the eminent Cleveland artist and educator Don Harvey.
(More info...)
(press release-pdf)
(Cleveland Scene review)
(The Observer review)
(The Plain Dealer review)

 

Image: Suspended Dreams (detail),
           2006

Window to Sculpture Artist Series
Thomas Grafton Lee: Suspended
Apr. 27 - May 26, 2007


Thomas Grafton Lee works in metals and various mixed media, incorporating elements of performance, often with a sociopolitical inspiration.

(More info...)
(press release-pdf)

 

Exhibitions:
2008/2009, 2007/2008, 2006/2007, 2005/2006, 2004/2005,
2003/2004,  2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997

Visit our Gallery:
Free admission and parking.
Free public receptions on opening nights of all exhibitions with gallery talks by artists.

2004 WTS Exhibition:
Nick De Pirro

Gallery Hours :
Wed - Fri: 10am - 4pm
Saturday: noon - 4pm
Or by appointment

Groups and tours by
appointment.

Where:
The Sculpture Center is located in Cleveland’s University Circle, just off Euclid Ave. on E. 123rd St., next to Lake View Cemetery and 2 blocks from Little Italy. Our address is 1834 E. 123rd St.

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