Fall Openings at the Sculpture Center

ADAM MILNER & ALLISON SMITH: TWO OF WANDS | SWING STATES: RECENT PERSPECTIVES IN GLASS SCULPTURE FROM THE MIDDLE WEST, CURATED BY ZAC WEINBERG | SEPTEMBER 22–OCTOBER 26 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 RIAN BROWN: PALIMPSEST: HAND-DRAWN ANIMATION & VIDEO PROJECTIONS | NOVEMBER 9–DECEMBER 21 RECEPTION 5:30–8PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Events: Two of Wands, by Adam Milner and Allison Smith […]

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Thinking big with small pieces: After the Pedestal at The Sculpture Center

“After the Pedestal” is the Sculpture Center’s tenth exhibition of smaller works. How small? Not small enough to be distracting. This isn’t a competition to see who can make the smallest recognizable image, or to cram the most detail into a compressed space. But even the largest pieces could be carried by one person (save perhaps Mark Rubelowsky’s aptly-named “Table.” […]

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Sculpture Center Hosts Artist Steve Locke as Summer Juror, Panelist, Reviewer

Cleveland Sculptors Network connects our sculptors with each other and significant artists beyond our region.     The Sculpture Center 1834 East 123rd Street Cleveland, Ohio 44106 216.229.6527 sculpturecenter.org   AFTER THE PEDESTAL, THE 10TH EXHIBITION OF SMALL SCULPTURE FROM THE REGION OPENING JUNE 9 @ 5:30-8 PM WITH TALKS BY JUROR STEVE LOCKE & ARTISTS | ON VIEW THROUGH […]

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Keith Lemley and Christy Wittmer at the Sculpture Center

Keith Lemley: “Superstructure” Sculptor Keith Lemley’s installation “Superstructure” consists of four groupings of white neon tubes interspersed with chunks of wood cut in the shapes of irregular polyhedrons, faceted with prismatic reflective surfaces. Each of these stakes out a portion of the Cleveland Sculpture Center’s long interior gallery, unfolding in triangles of light across the polished concrete floor or up […]

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Fall exhibits at The Sculpture Center

Boppin’ into the Wild Blue offers revisions of reality. The 5 sculptors see just beyond the edges of the real world, beyond the mundane, allowing the limits of everyday life to be exponentially expanded, revealing a world of possible magic.   The Hum and Apparat. proffer art that questions the consequences of contemporary technologies.   The Sculpture Center 1834 East […]

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Creative Fusion: Sculptor hopes organic forms will build bridges between cultures / Abdullah Qamer / Karachi, Pakistan / The Sculpture Center

The work Pakistani sculptor Abdullah Qamer plans to create during his residency at the Sculpture Center deals with broad, sweeping questions, he says, about progress, and how it is defined and achieved. Using reclaimed materials, he welds and casts large metal pieces to create concave and convex forms, with the effect of turning something hard and unyielding into something that […]

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