Columbus artist Sue Cavanaugh makes fabric sculptures that gather, fold and tumble in the air, offering the illusion of movement, despite being fixed in space. Inspired by a factory used to repair railroad cars, she started working in dimensions she had never tried before.
The Dublin Arts Council – like all museums and art galleries – serves as a caretaker of the Arts, from paintings to sculptures. But the DAC is home not only to fine art displays, but also fine feline displays. Allow us to introduce you to D’Art, the gallery kitty.
Columbus artist John Sunami has created many pieces of public art. His latest installation is a sculpture at the new Maloney Health Center on the city’s South Side.
Sunami talks about his interests in many forms of art and also discusses the opportunities and obligations that come with a commission to create art for a public space.
Along the confluence of the Scioto and Olentangy Rivers is where Tim Reitenbach has decided to install his metal wire sculptures of, well, cows.
The nature of life is so fleeting, and yet the nature of what we leave behind is so solid; be it an artifact, a piece of art, or even just our corpse. The flux between the permanence and impermanence of the human body is where Alina Szapocznikow’s art lives and breathes so fully.