New Sculptures Sprout in Second Exhibition of Public Art

p06-sculpture1Sculptor Jim Gallucci of Greensboro, N.C., installed “Divine Wind II” July 22 as part of a second two-year exhibition of six outdoor sculptures among maples between Marano Campus Center and Penfield Library. One piece remains from the 2014-16 inaugural exhibition: “Campanile (Bell Tower).” Artist Edward Kelley of Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, donatedp06-sculpture2 his work to the college, according to Tyler Art Gallery Director Michael Flanagan and art faculty member Benjamin Entner, co-founders of the Oswego Sculpture Initiative. Ultimately, Drake’s piece will stand near the south entrance of the Richard S. Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation. The new exhibition features sculptures by Gallucci; miChelle Vara of Wilton, N.Y., who also had a piece in the first show; Frederick Douglass Schatz of Potsdam, N.Y.; Cathy Perry of Chocowinity, N.C.; and Kevin Dartt and Duncan Chase, both of Rochester, N.Y.

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