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John Henry - Artists - Callan Contemporary


Sculptor, American (1943-2022)

John Henry is known worldwide for his large-scale public works of art. His works grace numerous important museums, corporate, public and private collections as well as the collections of many American cities and states. His works are also prominently exhibited in the public collections of various European and Asian municipalities.

Mr. Henry has shown his work extensively since the early 1960’s and exhibits a definitive trademark style that is recognized internationally. His works range in scale from small tabletop pieces to some of the largest contemporary metal sculptures in the world. His recent exhibitions of works include “New Monuments” at the Laumeier Sculpture Park in St. Louis, Missouri, “Back on the Plaza” on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, “Real-Irreal-Surreal”, at Art-St-Urban in St. Urban, Switzerland, “OPEN” in Venice, Italy, and “ODYSSEY” at Purdue North Central University in Westville, Indiana. Currently, he is also a featured artist in the Vancouver Biennale in British Columbia.

Mr. Henry attended the University of Kentucky, University of Chicago and the Art Institute of Chicago, where he received a Ford Foundation grant, the Edward L Ryerson Fellowship and earned a BFA. He received an Honorary Doctor of Arts from the University of Kentucky in 1996. As a visiting professor of sculpture, Mr. Henry taught at University of lowa, University of Wisconsin, University of Chicago and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He is currently Distinguished Professor of Art at Chattanooga State College.  In 2002 he received the Governor’s National Award in the Arts from the State of Kentucky and in 2004, the Mayor’s Award of Distinction in the Arts from the City of Chattanooga.  Other recent honors include recognition on the floor of the Tennessee State Senate in 2004 and the 2005 honorary renaming of North Cermak Road “John Henry Way” by the City of Chicago in recognition of his contributions to Public Art on the local and national levels.

As an active participant in promoting the arts Mr. Henry has served as a member of the Advisory Board of Lawyers for the Creative Arts in Chicago, a coordinator and advisor to the City and the Art Institute of Chicago for the "Sculpture in the Parks Exhibition" and as an advisor to the Art Council of Greater New Orleans for the "Super Sculpture New Orleans" Exhibition. Since 1991 he has been on the Board of Trustees of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, serving as Board member at large, Chairman of the Programs Committee and member of the Executive committee. Since 1996 he has served the Board of the International Sculpture Center in various leadership roles, serving as Chairman for two years through the spring of 2002. Mr. Henry has lectured extensively on the role of art in public places and is known as a strong advocate of all of the arts, not only sculpture. 

Mr. Henry was a founding member of ConStruct, the artist-owned gallery that promoted and organized large-scale sculpture exhibitions throughout the United States. Other founding members include Mark diSuvero, Kenneth Snelson, Lyman Kipp and Charles Ginnever. Mr. Henry continues to curate exhibitions in the United States and in Europe; drawing on his nationally recognized expertise regarding sculptors and their work. He is now the Curator of the Outdoor Museum of Art at Chattanooga State College, Chattanooga, Tennessee.


1996  Honorary Doctor of Arts, University of Kentucky
1968-69  University of Chicago 
1967  Illinois Institute of Technology
1966-69  School of the Art Institute of Chicago, B.F.A.
1962  University of Washington 
1961-65  University of Kentucky 

Selected Positions
1970  Member of the Advisory Board of Lawyers for the Creative Arts, Chicago
1974  Coordinator and Advisor to the Art Institute of Chicago and the City of Chicago for
           the "Sculpture in the Parks Exhibition", Summer
1976  Advisor to the Art Council of Greater New Orleans for the "Super Sculpture New
          Orleans" Exhibition
1978-1980 President/Chairman of the Board, ConStruct Corporation

National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts 
1991-1996   Board of Trustees
1993, 1995, 1997-1999, 2006 Chairman Programs Committee
2002-2003   Co-Chair Board of Trustees
2000-2012   Board of Trustees Executive Committee 

International Sculpture Center
1996-1999  Chairman, Board Development Committee
1998-2000  Vice Chair, Board of Trustees 
2000-2002  Chairman of the Board 
2006    Committee on Directors (Committee Chair) 
2008   Chairman Emeritus

2001  Distinguished Professor of Art, Chattanooga State College, Chattanooga, TN 
2003  Founding Curator, Outdoor Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN  

2004-2005  Curator, German Symposium, OMA, Chattanooga State College, Chattanooga, TN 
2006  Curator, “Art on the Trail”, Macon, GA 
2007  Curator, “American Sculptors in the Shadow of the Alps”, St. Urban, Switzerland
2011-2012   Curator, “Under Azure Skies”, Sarasota Season of Sculpture, Sarasota, FL
2012-2013   Curator, “American Sculpture in the Topics”, Miami, Florida

Visiting Professor of Sculpture
1969 University of Iowa, Iowa City 
1970 University of Wisconsin, Green Bay 
1971 University of Chicago 
1979-80 School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Selected Solo Exhibitions
1966-67  University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
1969  Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
1971  Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
1972  Dorsky Gallery, New York City
1973  Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois
1975  Riverside Park, New York City, NY
1976  Greenway Plaza, Houston, Texas
          Laguna Gloria Museum of Art, Austin, Texas (September)
          Sculpture Now, Inc. New York City (October)
1977  Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, Missouri
         "Pittsburgh" at the University of Pittsburgh, PA
1980  ConStruct, Chicago
          Gallery 10, Aspen, Colorado
1981  ConStruct, Chicago, IL
1983  ConStruct, North Miami, Florida
1986  Bell Gallery, Rhinebeck, NY
          Expressions Art Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL
1987  Matthew Scott Gallery, Miami, Florida
1988-89  "Evolution In Scale" Twenty Year Retrospective. 
            Art Museum of South Texas. Corpus Christi, TX
            Museum of Art, Ft Lauderdale, FL
            Museum of Fine Arts, St Petersburg FL
            Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga. TN
1990  Nina Owen Ltd, Chicago, IL
1991  Jaffee Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
          Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, Palm Beach, FL
          Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL
1993  Seo Hwa Gallery, Seoul, Korea
         Jaffee Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
1995  “Metal, Shape and Time - a Synthesis”, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MI
1997  "All that Glitters", T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, Miami, FL
          "New Works" View Gallery, NY, NY 
1998  "New Works" Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL
1999  "New Works", T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, Miami, FL, Marc
2000  "John Henry in Hanover", KO 24 Gallery, Hanover, Germany, May 2000
         "John Henry" Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN, June, 2000
         "Wandering Spirit", Centro Espositivo Chiesa 
            S. Agostino, Panicale, Italy, Sept, 2000
2001  "Wandering Spirit", University of Camerino, Camerino, Italy, January 2001
          "Wandering Spirit", Gulf Coast Museum, Largo, FL 
          “New Works” T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, Miami, FL
2002  “New Monuments”, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO, October 4, 2002-
          September, 2003
2003  “Selected Works” Ann Tower Gallery, Lexington, KY,     
           February, 2003
          “Back on the Plaza” Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL
        May, 2003
           “Steel”, Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago, IL
        October, 2003
           Bal Harbour Shops, Bal Harbour, FL, December 03 – 04
2004  Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL January
          “John Henry in the Desert”, Featured Artist 2004-2005 Season, Buschlen Mowatt  
          Galleries, Palm Desert, CA 
2007  ”John Henry Sculpture: Solo Exhibition”, Broadbent, London, UK
2008 Drawing in Space: The Peninsula Project, Florida, USA
2009 Metal Geometric Sculpture of John Henry, San Antonio Botanical Garden, San Antonio, TX
2009 New Sculpture, Callan Contemporary Gallery, New Orleans, LA
2011 Structures at Appropriate Scale, Sonja Roesch Gallery, Houston, TX,
            Poetic Builder, Flomenhaft Gallery, NY,
            Silo Point, Baltimore, Md.
2013 Mostly Red, Art Nouveau Gallery, Miami
2014 Precision/Logic, Jim Kempner Fine Art, NY
2017 Structural Integrity, Samuel Lynne Galleries, Dallas, TX
2018 Constructivist Dialogue, Callan Contemporary Gallery, New Orleans, LA 
2023 Lines of Ascension, Callan Contemporary, New Orleans, LA 

Selected Group Exhibitions
1963  Borenson Gallery, Burien, Washington
1968  “Monumental Sculpture Exhibition” PACGallery, Chicago
          “Chicago Artists Invitational”, Art Institute of Chicago
          “Eight American Sculptors”, Equitable Plaza, Chicago
1969  “22nd Annual Illinois Invitational”, Illinois State Museum,  Springfield, Illinois
          “Chicago 8 Conspiracy Exhibition”, LoGuidice Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1970  “Painting & Sculpture Today”, Indianapolis Museum, IN
1973  “Sculpture Off the Pedestal”, Grand Rapids, Michigan
1974  “Space, Scale & Urban Environment”, Illinois Center, 111 E Wacker Drive, Chicago
          “Sculpture in the Park”, Grant Park, Chicago
1975  “Monumental Sculpture”, Houston, Texas
1976  "Super Sculpture", New Orleans, Louisiana
         “Southwest Invitational”, Galveston, Texas
          Gallery Exhibition, Sculpture Now, Inc., New York
          “Art in the Park”, Atlanta, Georgia
           "The Chicago Connection", Crocker Museum, Sacramento California, Traveling 
1977  "Sculpturescape" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
          "Sculpture Potsdam 77", Potsdam State University, Potsdam, New York
1978  "Chicago: The City and Its Artists 1945-1978", 
         University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor
         "Chicago Abstractionists: Romanticized Structures", University of Missouri at Kansas 
         “ConStruct's Traveling Outdoor Exhibition”
         Fine Arts Museum of Long Island
1978-80   Group Sculpture & Drawing Shows, ConStruct - Chicago
1979  "Illinois Invitational", Springfield, Illinois
          University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
1980  “ConStruct Traveling Sculpture Exhibition”
          Hempstead, New York; Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois; Arts Festival of Atlanta,              
          Georgia; Shidoni Gallery, Tesuque, New Mexico The Sculptors of ConStruct",
          Middendorf/Lane Gallery, Washington,D.C.
          "American Eight", Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, New York, & New             
          Britain Museum, New Britain, Connecticut, Sponsored by Interpace Corporation 
          “ConStruct's Small-Scale Traveling Exhibition”, University of North Dakota; Grand 
          Forks, North Dakota; Indianapolis Museum of Art in Columbus, Indiana
1981  "American Eight", Parsippany, NJ & Ashland, OH
          Sponsored by Interpace Corporation.
          "Made in Dade", Dade County Library System, Dade County, FL
1981 -82  “Group Show”, ConStruct, Chicago, IL
1982  "American Eight", Hope College, Holland, Michigan, Sponsored by Interpace 
          “Group Show”, The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL
          “Chicago International Art Expo”, Mayor Byrne Mile of Sculpture, Navy Pier, 
          Chicago, IL"
          ConStruct South Sculpture Park, “Inaugural Exhibition”, Miami, FL
          "Illinois Sculptors", Invitational Tarbel Art Center, Eastern Illinois  
           University, Charleston, IL
1983  "Eight American Sculptors", Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Coral 
          Gables, Florida
          "Selections from the Collection of Robert Vogele", Swen Parson Gallery, 
          Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL
1984  Illinois State Museum, Chicago, IL
          Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, IL
          Models for Illinois State Commissions
1985  “Group Show”, The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1986  "Heavy Mettle", Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
          ‘Drawings by Sculptors”, Expressions Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL
1987  ‘South Florida Collects”, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
          “Contemporary Sculpture from Florida Collections”, University Gallery, College of 
           Fine Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
           “Inaugural Exhibition of Sculpture”, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,  
           Cleveland, OH 
1988  University of South Florida Art Museum, Tampa, FL, "Made in Florida" 
1989-1991   Traveling Exhibitions; Marseille, France; Geneva,
                    Switzerland; Hasselet, Belgium; Barcelona, Spain; Throughout the State of FL
1989  "Six Florida Sculptors", Thomas Center Gallery, Gainesville, FL
1989-90  "Florida's Finest" North Miami Center of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, 
              Capitol Gallery, Tallahassee, FL
1991  “International Art Expo”, Tokyo, Japan
1992  “The European Fine Art Fair”, Maastricht, The Netherlands
          "Florida Artist Collection", Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL
          ‘International Art Expo”, Chicago, IL
          “Art Chicago”, Chicago, IL
1993  “International Art Expo”, Chicago, IL
          “The New Pier Show”, Chicago, IL
           FIAC, Paris, France
           Lineart, Ghent, Belgium
1994  “Art Miami”, Miami Beach, FL
          “Spring”, Vernissage, Grove Isle, Miami, FL     
          “Group Show”, Dietrich Contemporary Art, New York, NY
          “Project 30 x 30”, Wilhelm-Hack Museum, Ludwigshaffen, Germany
1995  “Group Show”, T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, Ltd., Miami, FL  
          “Project 30 x 30”, Museum ‘T Coopmanshû, The Netherlands                
          "Manif Seoul 95" Seoul Art Center, Art Expo, Seoul, Korea
         "Metal, Shape and Time - a Synthesis", Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO
1996  "Manif Seoul 96" Seoul Art Center, Art Expo, Seoul, Korea
         "Pier Walk 96" Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
         "Art Chicago 96" Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
         "Drawings by Sculptors", Pardo View Gallery, NY, NY
        "Group Exhibition" Galiere AMI, Seoul, Korea
        "Cerrillos Cultural Center" July,   Cerrillos, New Mexico
       "Socrates Sculpture Park 10th Anniversary Show"
       "Art In Chicago, 1945-1995" Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
       "Group Show by Gallery Artist" T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, N. Miami, FL
      “Manif 96”, Seoul, Korea
1997  Group Exhibition, Kwangju City, Korea
         "Recent Sculptures" View Gallery, New York, NY
         SOFA, Miami, FL
        “Art Chicago”, at Navy Pier, Chicago, IL 
        Robert McClain & Co., Houston, TX
        “Pier Walk ‘97”- Navy Pier, Chicago, IL,  May, 1997
        "BOOM" T. Curtsnoc- Grand Opening, Miami, FL,  September, 1997
        Connecticut Sculpture Park, 1997
1998-1999  "Selections" T. Curtsnoc Fine Arts, Miami, FL
                   “Art Chicago”, at Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, May 98, Thomas McCormick Works 
                    of Art 
                   Robert McClain Fine Arts, Houston, TX
                   “Pier Walk ‘98”- Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, May 98
                   Connecticut Sculpture Park, Washington, CT, October 98
                   “Art Chicago”, at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois May 99, Thomas McCormick 
                    Works of Art, Chicago, IL
                    “Pier Walk ‘99”- Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
                    "Drawings by Sculptors" and Maquettes, Print Works Gallery, Chicago, IL, May, 2000 "Richard Hunt and Friends" Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, MI  August 1999
2000 – 2001  "Sculpture 2000" June, 2000, Robert McClain & Co.,  Houston, TX
                     "Blickachsen III", May, 2001, Bad Homburg, Germany
                     “John Henry & Jae Hahn”, December 2001, Gallery Seo Hwa, Seoul, Korea
2002  “Sculpture Symposium and Exhibtion”, Schwerein, Wiligrad, Germany, September
2004  “Chicago Sculpture”, Chicago, IL December 
          “Annual Members Exhibition”, Century Association, NYC
2005  “Art Expo Chicago”, Thomas McCormick Gallery (Chicago, IL)& Millenia  
           Gallery (Orlando, FL)
           “Members Survey”, Century Association, NYC
           “Inaugural Exhibition”, Nader Collection/Gary Nader 
            Fine Arts, Miami, FL, December
          “Vancouver Biennale”, Featured Artist, Vancouver BC
2006  “OPEN Exhibition”, Venice, Italy, August- October 2006
          “From Maquette to Model”, Century Association, NYC
          “3-D Discovery”, Lubeznik Center, Michigan City, IN
          “Odyssey Exhibition”, Purdue North Central University, Westville, IN 
          “Real-Irreal-Surreal”, Art St. Urban, Lucerne, Switzerland
          “Art Basel Miami”, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL
          “Morgan Stanley Exhibition”, West Indiana Office, IN
          ”Masters in Sculpture”, The Sculpture Park, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami, FL
          “Sculpture/Drawing Show:  Willard Boepple, Charles Ginnever and John Henry”,  
           Broadbent, London, UK
2007  “Masters in Sculpture: Atchugarry, Botero, Cárdenas, Chia, De Stables, Di Suvero,  
          Henry, Lichtenstein, Stella, Tamayo”, Nader Sculpture Park, Miami, FL
         “Sculpture/ Drawing Show:  Willard Boepple, Charles Ginnever, & John      
          Henry”, Broadbent, London, UK
          Annual Exhibition, Century Association, NY, NY “Vancouver Biennale (2005-2007),    
           Vancouver, BC “Art Moves on Main”, Lyndhurst Foundation, Chattanooga, TN    
         “In the Shadow of the Alps” American Sculptors at Art St. Urban, Switzerland
         OPEN 2007, Lido di Venezia, Italy 
         Sarasota Season of Sculpture, Sarasota, FL
2008 Member’s Exhibition, Century Association, New York, NY
         Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
         Toronto Art Fair, Broadbent Gallery, London, UK
         London Art Fair, Broadbent Galelry, London, UK
         Art Miami, Miami, FL, Thomas McCormick, Chicago, IL
         Red Dot, Seth Beitler Fine Arts, Miami, FL
2009 Sculpture and Photography Exhibition, Century Association, New York, NY
         Sculpture for New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
2010 Structures, Miami, FL
         Professional Sculpture and Photography Exhibition, Century Association, NY         
         Sculpture for New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
         Exhibition of Artist Members, The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL
         Sculpture By The Sea, Cottlesoe, Australia
         Encounters Governors Island, NY
         Arthamptons, Sayre Park, Bridgehampton, NY
         Sculpt Miami, Miami, Florida
2011 Exhibition of Artist Members, Arts Club of Chicago,
         Annual Professional Sculptors Exhibition, New York
         Under Azure Skies, Sarasota
         Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art
2012 American Sculpture in the Tropics, Frost Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami,FL
         Engineered Art – An International Sculpture Exhibit at Georgia Tech, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
2015 “The Bascom Outdoor Sculpture Invitational”– Highlands, North Carolina
         ‘’Sculptures in Charlevoix’’ Le Domaine Forget, Quebec City, Canada
2016 Sculpture Fields, Chattanooga, Tennessee
2017 Sculpture Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
2018 Two Person Show, Raphaelle Goethals & John Henry, Cumberland Gallery, Nashville,TN
2018 Constructivist Dialogue, New Orleans, LA 
2022 Lines of Ascension, New Orleans, LA 


Selected Awards and Commissions
Ford Foundation Educational Grant School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
The Edward L Ryerson Fellowship at the Art Institute of Chicago
National Endowment for the Arts Works of Art in Public Places Commission, Governors State University, University Park, IL 
1975  National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Grant 
          National Endowment for the Arts Funded, Mint Museum of Art, Purchase of "Sun 
          Target", Charlotte, NC
1982  National Endowment for the Arts Works of Art in Public Places, matching grant with 
         Iowa Beef Processors commission for Sioux City, IA
         Dade County Art in Public Places South Miami Metro rail Station "Paciencia", South 
         Miami, FL
1985  Alaska State Council on the Arts Commission for Anchorage Intn’l Airport 
         Anchorage, AK
1985  State of Illinois Capital Development Board Commission Central Atrium- State of 
          Illinois Center Chicago, IL
1987  Temple Beth Am, South Miami, FL
1988  Florida Art In State Buildings, FL Arts Councils University of FL, "Alachua", Gainesville, FL
1989  FL Art In State Buildings Board of Regents FL Arts Council, FL State and Florida A & M 
          University, Joint Engineering School, "Journey to the Mountain Shire", Tallahassee, FL 
1990  Florida Individual Artists Fellowship 
1991  Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, "Dance of the Sun", Kyongju City, Korea
1994  Grove Isle Club and Resort, "Gateway", Coconut Grove, FL
1994  American Bankers Life Insurance Group, "New Directions", Miami, FL
1995  Coopers & Lybrand, Miami, FL
1997  United Capital Corp., Great Neck, NY 
1999  Park Place Office Park, Napierville, Illinois
2000 "Symphony in Red" Commissioned by Toto Lotto Foundation, Lower Saxony, gift to 
         the City of Hanover, Germany for the "Kunst Mile", Installed May
2002 Governor’s National Award in the Arts, Commonwealth of Kentucky
2004 Mayor’s Award of Distinction in the Arts, Chattanooga, TN
2005 Honor by the Tennessee State Senate with recognition on the floor of the Senate, Nashville, TN
2005 Distinguished Alumni Award University of Kentucky, College of Fine Arts
2005 “John Henry Way” – Honorary renaming of North Cermak Road, Chicago, IL 
2008  Arison Arts Foundation For the Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, 2008

Selected Large Scale Works in Public Spaces
llinois Landscape #5, Governors State University, Park Forest South, Illinois, National Endowment for the Arts Works of Art In Public Places, 1974
Suntarget II, University of North Carolina, Charlotte,Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina, National Endowment for the Arts, 1974
Sioux City, Downtown Mall, Sioux City, Iowa, City of Sioux City, National Endowment for the Arts and Iowa Beef, 1978
Sun Target I, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri, Missouri Arts Council
Pittsburgh, Bluff Park Bigalow Parkway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, National Steel, Levinson Steel and Tygart Industries (Mr. & Mrs. Sydney Feldman)
Illinois Landscape, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL, Illinois State Museum & the Paul Powell Estate, 1972
Cape, Beatty Park, Rockford, Illinois, City of Rockford, 1972
Paciencia, South Miami Metro Rail Station, Miami, Florida, Dade County Art in Public Places Program, 1981
Anchorage, Anchorage International Airport, Anchorage, Alaska, Alaska State Council on the Arts and The Alaska State Department of Transportation, Alaska Art in Public Places Program, 1985
Bridgeport, State of Illinois Center, Chicago, Illinois, Capital Development Board, State of Illinois, % For Art Program, 1982
Superfly, Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, Saran Corporation (Mr. Samuel Dorsky), 1973
Largo, Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Reef, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, M A Lipschultz of Boca Raton and Chicago, 1986
Pin Oak, Bradley Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Mrs. Alan Bradley,1979
Jasper, Oklahoma City Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
Baldwin’s Mountain, Heritage Park, Plantation, FL,Broward County Art In Public Places
Alachua, University of Florida, Marston Science and Engineering Library, Gainesville, FL 1988
Journey To The Mountain Shire, Florida State and Florida A&M University, Joint Engineering Complex, Tallahassee, FL, 1989
Dance of the Sun, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, Kyongju city, Korea, 1991
David’s Tower, Harold Washington Public Library, Chicago, IL, 1992
Untitled, Joslyn Museum of Art, Omaha, Nebraska, Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 1992
Gateway, Grove Isle Yacht & Tennis Club, Coconut Grove, Florida, 1994
New Directions, American Bankers Insurance Group, Cutler Ridge, Florida, 1994
Grand Rouge, Grounds For Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ, 1999
Wake Dance, Sheldon Memorial Gallery & Sculpture Gardens, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NB, 1999
Symphonie in Rot, Kunst Mile, City of Hanover, Germany, Toto Lotto Foundation Lower Saxony, 2000
Shen Blue, Central Park, Shenzhen, China, Shenzhen Sister City Association & City of Houston, 2000
Fulcrum, Eschborn, Germany, 2002
Transformation, Outdoor Museum of Art, Chattanooga State College, Chattanooga, TN, 2003
Treemonisha, Intersection of I-44, I-55 and Truman Parkway, Gateway Foundation, St. Louis, MO, 2008
Je Souhaite, Bicentennial Park, Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, 2008
Songbird of Seattle, Martin Selig Real Estate, 5th and Yesler, Seattle, WA, 2009
Complexus, Sarasota Season of Art, Sarasota, Florida, 2012
Entrada, Pyramid Hills Sculpture Park, Hamilton, NJ, 2013
Tatlin’s Sentinel, Hall Arts District, Downtown Dallas, TX

Selected Public Collections
Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado
Bluff View Art District Sculpture Garden, TN
The Brillembourg Collection, Boca Raton, Florida
British Museum, London, England
Broward County, Florida
Cella Museum, Cella, Germany
Center for the Fine Arts, Vero Beach, FL
Central Florida University Art Museum, FL
City of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
City of East Chicago, Illinois
City of Englewood, CO
City of Eschborn, Germany
City of Hanover, Kunst Mile, Hanover, Germany 
City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
City of Rockford, Illinois 
City of Shenzhen, China
City of Sioux City, Iowa
Dade County, Miami, Florida
Dallas Museum, Dallas, Texas
Florida Atlantic University Sculpture Collection
Florida Gulf Coast Museum, Lakeland, FL
Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida
Fort Worth Art Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas
Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ
The Harold Washington Library, Chicago, IL
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois 
Iowa State University Museums, Iowa
Joslyn Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Kass/Meridian Gallery, Chicago, IL
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C 
Martin Z Margulies Sculpture Park, Miami, FL
Miami Dade College Miami, Florida
(Milwaukee Art Museum) Milwaukee, WI
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, Park Forest, IL
Northwestern University Law School, Chicago IL
Oklahama City Museum, Oklahoma City, OK 
The Polk Art Museum, Lakeland, FL 
Ravinia Park, Highland Park, IL
Sheldon Memorial Art Museum, Lincoln, NE
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Sonje Museum Contemporary Art, Kyongju City, Korea
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri
St. Petersburg Art Museum, St. Petersburg, FL
State of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska
State of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois
State of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois
Stein Bartlow Gallery, Chicago, IL
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
Wiligrad Sculpture Park, Wiligrad, Germany 

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