Public sculpture -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of 1 sculpture, 1 maquette, and 1 photograph, all by Albert Paley. Renowned metal sculptor Albert Paley has been on the faculty in RIT's School of American Crafts since 1969.
Sculptures by RIT faculty member Frederick Meyer. Meyer was on the faculty at RIT for 35 years.
Documents related to a sculpture by Harry Bertoia, donated to the Rochester Institute of Technology in 1975. The collection consists mostly of correspondence, but also includes a ceremony schedule and the transcript for Frederic Welsh's presentation speech.
Harry Bertoia sculpture contains a set of 7 dandelions, 3 planters, and 1 wall sculpture. Bertoia's dandelions were part of the Eastman Kodak pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Contains four pieces of artwork by Rochester native and artist John C. Menihan. Menihan's artwork can be seen throughout Rochester.
Collection is a miniature replica of sculptor D.H.S. Wehle's bronze tiger that can be found on RIT's campus between the Student Union and the Wallace Library. Additionally, a mounted plaque authenticating ownership of the sculpture.