sculpture

Artist Harriet Kaufman
1:00 am
Fri September 5, 2014

Hands-on Sculpture exhibit now on display at the Clovernook Center's gallery

Artist Harriet Kaufman with her duct tape giraffe sculpture
Credit Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Artist Harriet Kaufman is with our Jane Durrell to talk about the current Hands-on Sculpture art exhibit, now on display in the  Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired’ s Willoughby Art Gallery.

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9:40 am
Wed September 3, 2014

The artist/environmentalist behind the Underwater Museum

  The Underwater Museum: The Submerged Sculptures of Jason deCaires Taylor is a one-of-a-kind blend of art, nature, and conservation. The Underwater Museum re-creates an awe-inspiring dive into the dazzling under-ocean sculpture parks of artist Jason deCaires Taylor.

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Marta Hewitt Gallery
1:00 am
Fri March 28, 2014

Artist Lyndsey Fryman uses son's autism as inspiration for her sculptures

A sculpture by Lyndsey Fryman

The Marta Hewitt Gallery is featuring an exhibit of works in April – Autism Awareness Month - by Lexington, Kentucky artist Lyndsey Fryman, whose work is inspired by her experiences as the mother of an autistic son. Robyn Carey-Allgeyer sat down in the studio with the artist and gallery owner Marta Hewitt to talk about this very personal exhibit.

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Anderson Center
12:00 am
Fri November 8, 2013

The Humanity Machine - Harvesting the Moment

Local sculptor Edward Casagrande and musician/composer Mark Macomber have teamed together for a unique artistic theatrical presentation entitled The Humanity Machine - Harvesting the Moment which will be performed at the Anderson Center Theater from November 16-26. As they explain to our Jane Durrell, it’s a merging of live music and art to tell “a small tale of a large love.”

"Object of Devotion"
1:00 am
Sat October 19, 2013

Medieval alabaster sculptures on exhibit at the Dayton Art Institute

Jane Durrell welcomes Aimee Marcereau DeGalan, curator of the Dayton Art Institute, to talk about their current Object of Devotion (medieval alabaster sculptures) & Elizabeth Turk exhibits as well as some of the hidden gems visitors can discover at the DAI.

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