Sculpture garden blooms at SUNY Oswego campus

Public art -- Artist Eric Stein of Huguenot sands imperfections from “Cutter,” one of six large sculptures that have begun rising along heavily used walkways near SUNY Oswego’s Marano Center for a two-year exhibition. “Shape Shifters” by Coral Lambert of SUNY Alfred is at left. In a competitive process, a team of judges from SUNY Oswego selected the works of three more sculptors from New York state and one from Iowa for the public display.
Public art — Artist Eric Stein of Huguenot sands imperfections from “Cutter,” one of six large sculptures that have begun rising along heavily used walkways near SUNY Oswego’s Marano Center for a two-year exhibition. “Shape Shifters” by Coral Lambert of SUNY Alfred is at left. In a competitive process, a team of judges from SUNY Oswego selected the works of three more sculptors from New York state and one from Iowa for the public display.

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Two large sculptures recently rose on a maple-shaded triangle of land near the Marano Center at SUNY Oswego.

Art faculty member Benjamin Entner hopes the two-year installation — which ultimately will feature six sculptures — will mark the beginning in a drive for more public art on campus. Continue reading

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When I attended friend Tucker’s birthday party, just as I had predicted in the letter that I presented him with at his party and reprinted here last week, there were many other stories being told, and a lot of “Do you remember the time. . . .?” queries being exchanged. Continue reading

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