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Bauer, Rick

Local artist Rick Bauer created Skopos, which graces Mill Race Park. Loosely translated in Greek, the name means, “watcher.” A contest determined the name of the sculpture.
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Chihuly, Dale

Glass Sculptor Dale Chihuly designed the “Yellow Neon Chandelier” which hangs from the ceiling of the Columbus Area Visitors Center. He also created the “Persians,” which are attached to the bay window near the chandelier. Chihuly revolutionized the ...
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deHarak, Rudolph

The late Rudolph deHarak was a graphic artist and environmental designer. His work for McGraw-Hill paperback books definitively influenced contemporary graphic design. His “Exploded Engine,” which is a complete Cummins engine suspended by wires, hang...

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Garner, Ted Sitting Crow

Ted Sitting Crow Garner likes to combine the power and aesthetics of his Native American heritage with modern techniques, theory, materials and world art history. His work has been included in five major touring exhibits of Native American artists. H...
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Helbing, Michael

Michael Helbing was raised in nearby Shelbyville, Indiana, created art in Indiana in the 1970s and 1980s and taught classes in Indianapolis. He now resides in Chicago where he is an artist and curator. His experiences as a Vietnam veteran deeply infl...
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Isherwood, John

English-born Jon Isherwood studied at Leeds College of Art and Canterbury College of Art before coming to the United States to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University.
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Johnson Jr, J Seward

J. Seward Johnson has more than 250 life-size cast bronze figures in private collections and museums around the world, including New York, Paris, Hong Kong, Berlin, Oxford, Istanbul and Rome. His work in Columbus, “When I Was Your Age,” features work...
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Karpowicz, Terrence

Terrence Karpowicz’ basic vocabulary in craftsmanship, geometry and materials began at Albion College in Michigan and continued at the University of Illinois where he obtained a graduate degree in sculpture. A Fulbright scholarship took him to Englan...
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Kirk, Dessa

Raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Dessa Kirk learned welding at an early age. She left school at 14 and apprenticed with artists. A mentor encouraged her to apply to fine arts schools and, much to her surprise, she was accepted to the Bachelor of Fine Art...
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Lundberg, Peter

 
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Marcheschi, Cork

San Francisco Artist Cork Marcheschi’s work is about energy, light and humor. He uses light as a way to introduce a creative material to people who normally don’t venture into the world of fine art. The 80-foot long, 13 piece colorful neon sculptures...
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Moore, Henry

The late Henry Moore, born in Yorkshire, England, was an important force in the English Surrealist movement. Influenced by his country’s dramatic rock formations, he became well known for his large scale abstract cast bronze and carved marble sculptu...
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Nivola, Constantino

Italian artist Constantino Nivola became an abstract expressionist painter, designer and sculptor. Nivola’s work in Columbus is “Horse,” at Richards Elementary School. He taught at various schools, including Harvard University, Columbia University, D...
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Pulley, Robert

A sculptor for 30 years, Robert Pulley teaches art at Columbus North High School and is an active member of the local arts community.
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Saylors, Jo

Jo Saylors’ work is known nationally and internationally, and her bronze sculptures, inspired by personal experience, are life-sized figures, mostly of children. She has commissioned pieces and works in private collections throughout the United State...
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Slivinski, Lucy

Lucy Slivinski created the sculpture, Yellowwood Coral, and brought it to Columbus. She is a young artist whose formal training began at North Illinois University and continued at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan where she recei...
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Tinguely, Jean

Jean Tinguely is well known for his kinetic (motion) sculptures made from scrap metal. Local crafts people, under the direction of the Swiss artist, used local materials to create the monumental sculpture, “Chaos I.” Tinguely also created two sets of...
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