Sculpture Collection

World-Class Outdoor Sculpture Collection

Permanent Collection

 

Howard-Potter Marmeg
Howard-Potter Marmeg
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Luis Kaiulani
Luis Kaiulani

YELLOW FLAT LINE

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Judith Shea
Judith Shea

CHILD Bronze

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Howard Kalish
Howard Kalish

SURVIVOR Pigmented Cement,Welded Steel

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Stephen J. Fisher
Stephen J. Fisher

RIBBONS XXIV Corten Steel

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Bruce Beasley
Bruce Beasley

INTERSECTIONS II Bronze Plate and Stainless Steel

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Mark Lundeen
Mark Lundeen

SECRET GARDEN Bronze

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Richard Hunt
Richard Hunt

UPLIFTED Stainless Steel

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Scott McMillin
Scott McMillin

MINIONS Aluminum and Wood

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Terry Karpowicz
Terry Karpowicz

ON THE EDGE OF AWAKENING Granite and Steel

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Rotational Collection

 

The rotational collection is comprised of sculptures that have been loaned to Flossmoor for a two to three-year exhibition period. 

Currently On Exhibit

Terry Karpowicz
Terry Karpowicz

MOUNT

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Terry Karpowicz
Terry Karpowicz

TOTEM

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Sam Spiczka
Sam Spiczka

ORION

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Bruce Niemi
Bruce Niemi

COMING TOGETHER

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Luis Kaiulani
Luis Kaiulani

Luis Kaiulani Red Cross Lines

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Ed McCullough
Ed McCullough

CROSSING #5

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Michael Grucza
Michael Grucza

ME AND MY SHADOW Powder-coated aluminum and perforated stainless steel Exhibited 2016-Present Location: Flossmoor Gardens & Sculpture Park

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Past Exhibits

Gino Miles
Gino Miles

INAMORATA

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Bruce Niemi
Bruce Niemi

CELESTIAL TRIO Stainless Steel Exhibited: 2005-2012

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Jack Howard-Potter
Jack Howard-Potter

PULLING III Powder Coated Steel Exhibited: 2006 - 2009

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Bilhenry Walker
Bilhenry Walker

MISERIA CRUCIS Painted Fabricated Aluminum Exhibited: 2006-2009

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Antoinette Prien Schultze
Antoinette Prien Schultze

SYLLOGISM Granite and Glass Exhibited: 2003-2008

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Genn Zweygardt
Genn Zweygardt

GUARDIAN TRILOGY Stainless Steel, Glass, Granite and Bronze Exhibited: 2000-2004

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Ben Woitena
Ben Woitena

WINDSWEPT Painted Stainless Steel Exhibited: 2001-2004

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Michio Ihara
Michio Ihara

WIND THREE Stainless Steel Exhibited: 2002-2005

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Robert Emser
Robert Emser

AVADERO copper, steel, industrial fabric Exhibited: 2001-2003

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Homewood-Flossmoor High School 3D Studio Art Program

 

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Homewood-Flossmoor High School Honorarium, 2016 (on display in front of the Flossmoor Public Library until 2019)

The inspiration for this year’s student driven public sculpture developed from an in-class conversation about community.  In addition to being a social group whose members reside in a specific locality, share a government, and often have a common cultural and historical heritage, our conversation relied heavily on community as a living organism; where change and growth are constantly occurring and embraced.

The HF community, as we all know, is an amazing community that consists of history and tradition. However, change is constantly occurring around us with new technology, the addition of new members and the constant plans of improvement. It was pointed out that the idea of community is simplistic and natural, but it also can be complex, with constantly moving and changing parts. This naturally led us to the exploration of kinetic sculpture as a focus for this year’s project.

Kinetic sculptures are figures that physically move. These sculptures consist of moving parts that are generally powered by wind, a motor or the observer. The aim of most kinetic sculpture is to make movement itself an integral part of the design, verses a static object. Constantly changing patterns become a relationship taking place through space and time which create an ever changing dialogue between the viewer and the space.

Naturally we looked to internationally acclaimed artist Mark White as a source of inspiration. Mark originated from Illinois and currently works and resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He is a versatile artist who is best known for his wind and water driven kinetic sculpture. Mark is quoted as saying, “I strive to fill all my work with real and implied movement. I love learning and am always exploring my artistic boundaries, searching for the path less traveled.” It is this beautiful concept of the infinite possibilities of change which ties community, parallels the high school experience and drives the inspiration for this year’s HF high school’s public sculpture.

 

Faculty: Greg Petecki, Instructor and Joe Tullo, Welding Instructor