In the years
since Sculptureworks began, it has remained devoted to the promotion
of the nation's public libraries through the placement and display
of sculpture. Library
patrons across the country have been privileged to view unique artwork
from dozens of talented sculptors through our sculpture display
libraries currently display artwork from Sculptureworks' large consortium
of artists. Sculptureworks also works with public libraries to organize
and conduct educational programs in the form of artist lectures
and clay workshops. Sculptureworks strives to provide enrichment
opportunities for library patrons to learn about and appreciate
the art of sculpture.
If you are interested in having sculpture on display at your public
library through Sculptureworks, please contact
us for more information.
works "The Old King" (left) and "Golden Dream"
(right) are shown as part of a Sculptureworks display at the Hurst,
TX, Public Library. Photograph by Elizabeth Loggins.