january 16 -
Flat zones of color serve as mental transitions into the controlled world of
contemplation captured within these installations. Cail recently completed
his MFA at OSU.
february 20 - march 20
Habitual rhythms are depicted as mechanical exercises facilitated by interactive
machines. Simko completed his BFA at Ohio University this past spring.
march 27 - april 24
Four ceramic sculptors, Nicole Lynn Blair, Christyl Boger, Jennifer Heishman
and Benjie Heu, have only one thing in common-clay.
may 1 - may 29
Feeney reflects on nature through industrial eyes, representing its beauty
through mechanism. In 1994 Feeney received his BFA from the Cleveland Institute
june 12 - july 24
We celebrate another year with a juried group exhibition. Juror will be announced
in coming months.
july 31 - august 28
Memories of childhood inspire lyrical narratives and other imaginings. Tschampel
recently completed her BFA at OSU.
september 11 - october 9
A group exhibition of CIA foundation students studying 3-d design exhibit solutions
to design assignments.
october 16 - november 13
Depicts consciousness reconstructed as three-dimensional figures pieced together
from photos. Modrak received her MFA from Syracuse University in 1996.
november 20 - december 18
Explores personal transformation through forms which invite the viewer to a
private inner space.
exhibits are free and open to the public. Opening receptions are held
on the opening Friday of each exhibition. Free parking is available.
The Sculpture Center is located in Cleveland's University Circle, near
the intersection of Euclid Ave. and E. 123rd Street, next to Lake
View Cemetery. Our address is 1834 E. 123rd Street.