Current and Past Sculptures Installed on Campus
In Sight / On Site: The Fredonia Sculpture Project
The In Sight / On Site Sculpture Project, initiated by the Department of Visual Arts and New Media and the Office of the President in 1998, exists to expose our campus and community to developments and directions within contemporary sculpture, and to foster an appreciation for art as an integrated concern within public space. Selection of works to be included in this revolving exhibition is competitive, and work is solicited for consideration through national and regional initiatives. Most of the sculptures selected for installation are placed on site for two or three year visits.
Fredonia’s 266 acre campus is striking in its beauty and design. A traditional brick perimeter encloses a modern sculptured core of buildings, including designs by the internationally respected architect I.M. Pei. We have selected our installation sites for high exposure within this context.
Support is provided by the Student Association through ARTFORUM, the Department of Visual Arts and New Media, Friends of Rockefeller Arts Center, and the College Administration.
Most images, courtesy of Marvin Burjlin - Professor Emeritus of Ceramics
Currently Installed Sculptures:
Eric Stein (Fredonia Class of 1974), Cutter, painted steel. Gift of the artist. Installed 2016.
Albert Paley, Portal, painted stainless steel, weathering steel. Installed 2015.
Steven Siegel, Suitcase, crushed plastic bottles, snow fencing, rubber hose, plywood. Installed 2014.
Paul Howe, Mudtub, Steel, Brick, and Mortar. Installed 2012.
Paul Howe, Mudtub, detail.
Jonathan Kirk, Poseidon's Eye, Steel. Installed 2008.
Jonathan Kirk, Poseidon's Eye, detail.
Christoph Spath, Void, Granite and Glass. Installed 2000, purchased 2006.
Christoph Spath, Void, detail.
Michael Hansel, Loose Ends, Stainless Steel. Installed 2007, purchased 2010.
John Clement, Popeye, Steel. Installed 2007, purchased 2009.
Bill Stewart, Lunar Time, Terra Cotta. Installed 2000.
Previously Installed Sculptures:
Scott Bye, Rush Docks V, Wood. Installed 2013.
Scott Bye, Rush Docks V, detail.
Glenn Zweygardt, Stone Dancer, Painted Steel, Blue Stone. Installed 2007.
Glenn Zweygardt, Serpentine Trilogy, Stainless Steel, Serpentine, Glass, Bronze. Installed 2007.
Albert Paley, Progression, painted steel. Installed 2015.
Brett Hunter, Anchors and Gears, Steel and Stone. Installed 2008.
Brett Hunter, Anchors and Gears, Detail.
Drew Goerlitz, Macresco, Steel and Paper. Installed 2006.
Drew Goerlitz, Macresco, detail.
Nina Hole, Turning Point, Site Fired Terra-Cotta. Installed 2005.
Nina Hole, Turning Point.
Nina Hole, Turning Point, Detail.
Brett Coppins, All in One, Earthenware. Installed 2004.
Brett Coppins, All in One, Detail.
Kate Graves, Roebling and East State St. #1, Cast Bronze. Installed 2003.
Kate Graves, Roebling and East State St. #1, Detail.
Michael Hansel, Bristling, Cast Pewter, Bronze, and Steel. Installed 2002.
Michael Hansel, Bristling, Detail.
Elaine Lorenz, Gathering, Steel, Vinyl concrete, Earth, and Plants. Installed 2001.
Steven Siegel, Warm Up, Newspaper. Installed 2001.
Robert Wood, Dual, Earthenware Clay. Installed 2000.
Jonathan Kirk, Jonah's Tale, Treated Steel. Installed 1999.
James Florschutz, Requiem, Mixed media. Installed 1999.
Eric Stein, Cloud Stop, Timber, Steel, and Fiberglass. Installed 1998.