Permanent Collection

Sculpture Park DP
55 in collection

Image - Untitled

Victor Arbogast (American, b. 1953)
Untitled, 1990
Stainless steel
Gift of Philip Bergquist, 2014.53

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Image - Face of a Woman (Self Portrait)

Nelli Bar (American, 1904-2001)
Face of a Woman (Self Portrait), c. 1940s
Plaster
12 x 7 x 4-1/2 in.
Gift of Francis and Thelma McCarthy, 2015.2

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Image - Head of a Woman

Nelli Bar (American, 1904-2001)
Head of a Woman, c. 1940s
Plaster
9 x 7 x 7 in.
Gift of Francis and Thelma McCarthy, 2015.3

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Image - Sitting Woman

Nelli Bar (American, 1904-2001)
Sitting Woman, c. 1940s
Terra-cotta
9 x 9-1/2 x 9 in.
Gift of Francis and Thelma McCarthy, 2015.4

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Image - Muel

Mike Baur (American, b. 1951)
Muel, 1988
Limestone and steel
12 x 27 x 15 in.
Gift of the Broido Family Collection, 2004.11

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Image - Red Baron

Benbow Bullock (American, b. 1929)
Red Baron, 2004
Powder coated steel
30 x 3/4 x 3/4 ft.
Gift of the artist, 2004.12

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Image - Untitled

George Burk (American, b. 1938)
Untitled, 1981
Bronze
15 x 16 x 11 in.
Gift of Dr. Frederick P. and Rebecca A. Nause, 1982.4

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Image - Untitled

George Burk (American, b. 1938)
Untitled, 1981
Bronze
9-1/2 x 18-1/2 x 8 in.
Gift of Dr. Frederick P. and Rebecca A. Nause, 1982.5

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Image - Tricycle Rocket Machine

Joseph Burlini (American, b. 1937)
Tricycle Rocket Machine, 1970s
Welded steel
61 x 40 x 24 in.
Gift of the artist, 2020.661

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Image - Construction No. 1

Joseph Burlini (American, b. 1937)
Construction No. 1, 1967
Welded steel
62 x 40 x 20 in.
Gift of the artist, 2020.660

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Image - One Wheeler Circus Machine

Joseph Burlini (American, b. 1937)
One Wheeler Circus Machine, 1971
Welded steel
32 x 40 x 7 in.
Gift of the Wicklund family in memory of James N. Wicklund, 2021.5

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Image - You and Me

Joseph Burlini (American, b. 1937)
You and Me, 1989
Bronze
14 ft. high
Gift of Marvin and Joyce Berman symbolizing LOVE, 2021.304

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Image - Temple XXX

Austin Collins (American, b. 20th century)
Temple XXX, 2007
Galvanized steel
17 ft 4 in. x 4 ft 10 in.
On loan from the artist, 2007.31

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Image - Golem for Dave

Michele Feder-Nadoff (American, b. 1955)
Golem for Dave, 1988
Plaster, wire, natural beeswax, boiled linseed oil, human hair, and mixed media
60 x 25 x 25 in.
Gift of the artist, 2010.25

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Image - Kristallnacht

Steven Feren (American, b. 1951)
Kristallnacht, 1999
Steel, concrete, glass
96 x 31 x 84 in.
Gift of the Oakton Community College Educational Foundation, 1999.24

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Image - Wakinyan

Ted Sitting Crow Garner (American, b. 1957)
Wakinyan, 2000
Welded steel
136 x 86 x 77 in.
On loan from the artist, 2007.37

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Image - Sentry 1

Brian Garrick (American, 1948-1989)
Sentry 1, 1980
Welded metal
43 in. high
Gift of Deborah Hirshfield, 2021.4

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Image - Untitled

Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier (American, 1911-2001)
Untitled, c. 1970s
Bronze
11-1/4 x 5-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.
Gift of Robert and Vi Fogle Uretz, 2005.32

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Image - Lake Street Lovely

Michael Grucza (American, b. 1954)
Lake Street Lovely, 2010
Powder coated aluminum
15 x 9 x 9 ft.
On loan from the artist, 2013.1

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Image - Epicenter, from the Ecology series

Pearl Hirshfield (American, b. 1922)
Epicenter, from the Ecology series, 1995-2015
Mixed media
32 x 21 x 10 in.
Gift of Laura Hirshfield, 2021.3

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Image - Flight Illusion, from the Ecology series

Pearl Hirshfield (American, b. 1922)
Flight Illusion, from the Ecology series, 1995-2015
Mixed media
36 x 21 x 21 in.
Gift of Laura Hirshfield, 2021.2

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Image - Serpentine Winged

Richard Hunt (American, b. 1935)
Serpentine Winged, 1981
Bronze
19 x 8 x 6 in.
Gift of Dr. Marvin G. Jumes and Helene Jumes, 1981.2

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Image - Upside-down Man

Randall Jewart (American, b. 1969)
Upside-down Man, 1999
Limestone
9 x 12 x 10 ft.
On loan by the artist, 1999.5

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Image - Releasefest

Maria Jönsson (Swedish b. 1978)
Releasefest, 2010
Steel structure with resin coated wooden seats
47 x 175 x 47 in.
On loan from the artist, 2012.82

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Image - Madonna in Train

Terrence Karpowicz (American, b. 1948)
Madonna in Train, 2000
Granite and cast Iron
84 x 36 x 38 in.
On loan from the artist, 2005.2

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Image - Leaving the Nest

Terrence Karpowicz (American, b. 1948)
Leaving the Nest, 1997
Maple
62 x 23 x 6 in.
On Loan from the artist, 2001.12

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Image - White Tail Deer

John Kearney (American, b. 1924)
White Tail Deer, 1994
Bronze
57 x 47 x 19 in.
Gift of the Board of Student Affairs, 1994.2

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Image - Search for Attainment

Bill Keating (American, b. 1932)
Search for Attainment, 1980
Welded aluminum
108 x 42 x 36 in.
Acquired by the Illinois Arts Council and the Oakton Community College Foundation, 1980.2

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Image - Nightingale

Dessa Kirk (American, b. 1974)
Nightingale, 1999
Steel
12 x 12 x 7 ft.
On loan from the artist, 1999.6

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Image - Dotti

Keith Krueger (American, b. 1960)
Dotti, 2000
Mixed Media
52-1/2 x 47 x 4-1/2 in.
On loan by the artist, 2003.39

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Image - Becoming

Eric Lindsey (American, b. 1959)
Becoming, 1999
Granite and aluminum
144 x 66 x 60 in.
On loan from the artist, 2010.42

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Image - Love's Some Time

Philip Livingston (American, b. 1941)
Love's Some Time, 1987
Wall Sculpture - aluminum and paint
65 x 65 x 9 in.
Gift of the Oakton Community College Educational Foundation, 1992.3

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Image - Bad Hair Day

Ruth Aizuss Migdal (American, b. 1932)
Bad Hair Day, 2009
Painted steel
38 x 26 x 27 in.
On loan from the artist, 2010.39

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Image - Amazons

Ruth Aizuss Migdal (American, b. 1932)
Amazons, 2005
Bronze
96 x 36 x 36 in.
On loan from the artist, 2010.40

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Image - The Empty House

Bill Moll (American, b. 1933)
The Empty House, 2012
Wood and steel
22 x 24 x 11 in.
Gift of the artist, 2015.55

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Image - Untitled

Brian Monaghan
Untitled, 2006
Painted steel
11 x 7 x 10 ft.
On loan from the artist, 2013.39

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Image - Eons , Eras , Epochs , Epics

Mark Palmeri (American, b. 1960)
Eons , Eras , Epochs , Epics, 2006
Mixed Media
56 x 28 x 28 in,
Gift of the artist, 2012.103

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Image - Hoop-la-la

Jerry Peart (American, b. 1948)
Hoop-la-la, 1982
Painted aluminum
86 x 62 x 84 in.
Acquired by the Illinois Art Council and by vote of the OCC Board of Student Affairs, 1982.1

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Image - Deep Earth Markers

Corinne Peterson
Deep Earth Markers, 2008
Stoneware clay
84 in. High
On loan from the artist, 2010.46

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Image - Che-ca-guo (Wild Onion)

Judy Robins (American, b. 1942)
Che-ca-guo (Wild Onion), 1999
Indiana limestone
10 x 4 x 3 ft.
On loan from the artist, 2001.18

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Image - Photography Hall of Fame

John L. Seyfried (American, b.1930)
Photography Hall of Fame, 1968
Mixed media
13 x 10 x 7 ft.
On Loan from the International Photography Hall of Fame, 2001.17

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Image - New Era

Fisher Stolz (American, b. 1961)
New Era, 2000
Steel, granite & aluminum
10 x 20 x 35 ft.
On loan by the artist, 2000.21

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Image - Silver Oak

Barry Tinsley (American, b. 1942)
Silver Oak, 1983
Sculpture
17-1/3 x 40 x 10 ft.
Acquired by the Percent for Art Program, IL Capital Development Board, 1983.1

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Image - A Worker

Alex Topchevsky (American, 1911-1999)
A Worker, c. 1930s
Wood
15 x 3 x 3 in.
Gift of the Estate of Rachel Topp, 2004.7

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Image - Untitled (Puzzle Piece)

Steven Jay Urry (American, 1939-1993)
Untitled (Puzzle Piece), c. 1982
Sawed aluminum
16 x 4-1/4 x 3 in.
Gift of Dan Blue, 2012.83

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Image - Untitled

Steven Jay Urry (American, 1939-1993)
Untitled, c. 1980s
Cut, formed aluminum
7-1/2 x 9-1/2 x 9 in.
Gift of Dan Blue, 2012.84

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Image - Untitled

Steven Jay Urry (American, 1939-1993)
Untitled, 1973
Sawed aluminum
10 x 6-1/4 x 2-1/4 in.
Gift of Dawn Clark Netsch, 2012.85

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Image - Living Form

Jason Verbeek (American, b. 1975)
Living Form, 2010
Carbon steel, soil, and turf grass
96 x 300 x 120 in.
On loan from the artist, 2010.43

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Image - Sitting in Judgment

Mark Warwick (American, b. 1963)
Sitting in Judgment, 2010
Rusted steel and oil paint
180 x 60 x 60 in.
On loan from the artist, 2013.40

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Image - The Reaper

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
The Reaper, 1933
Bronze
26 in. High
Gift from her husband and four children in memory of Nancy Bild Wolf (1929 - 2010), who enjoyed this statue in her garden in Glencoe, IL, for more than 20 years, 2010.21

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Image - Burning Bush

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
Burning Bush, c. 1960s
Steel and bolts
76 x 20 x 15 in.
Gift of the Oakton Educational Foundation, 2014.44

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Image - Figure Form

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
Figure Form, late 1960s
Steel
18.5 x 15.5 x 11.5 in.
Gift of the Oakton Educational Foundation, 2018.8

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Image - Abstract Form I

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
Abstract Form I, late 1960s
Steel
25.5 x 15 x 9 in.
Gift of the Oakton Educational Foundation, 2018.9

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Image - Abstract Form II

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
Abstract Form II, late 1960s
Aluminum
17 x 8 x 6 in.
Gift of the Oakton Educational Foundation, 2018.10

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Image - Moon Flower

Egon Weiner (American, 1906-1987)
Moon Flower, late 1960s
Steel
4 ft. high
Gift of the Oakton Educational Foundation, 2018.11

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