This exhibition of 3-dimensional art fills the galleries at The Phipps Center for the Arts. Sculptures in the show range in size from small tabletop pieces to large, free-standing constructions, to comprehensive installations. Various media are represented including bronze, stone, fabricated metal, ceramic, glass, and wood.
Wayne Potratz, professor, and Guy Baldwin, professor emeritus, both from the art department of the University of Minnesota, are jurors for the exhibition and will present awards for the top sculptures at the opening reception.
The Society of Minnesota Sculptors was founded in 1943 by a group of prominent art educators in Minneapolis. Since then it has grown to over 75 members throughout the state. The society's mission is to encourage and help member sculptors do their best work, achieve recognition, and feel gratification from what they create.
The Phipps Center for the Arts
109 Locust St
Hudson, WI 54016
October 3 - November 16
Sunday, October 5 @2-4pm
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