Sculpture; Metalwork; Abstract sculpture; Abstract works
"In formal terms, this sculpture manages to harmonize the claims of an aspiring, organic element within and the protective, enveloping characteristics of an outer casing. This is achieved via Moore's signature 'holes'. (Caption, p.68);...
Bronze and wool; “[Riboud’s] sculptures are studies in opposites—soft vs. hard, black vs. white. Her use of contrasting materials, bronze and silk cording or bronze and wood, is an extension of this exploration.” (caption, p.80)
Ad Astra (Sculpture); Public sculpture; Abstract sculpture; University of Louisville--Buildings;
The Research Tower at the Health Science Center rises behind the abstract sculpture, Ad Astra. A portion of the Kornhauser library can be seen on the left side of the image. The Health Science Center was completed in 1970.
Buildings; University of Louisville--Buildings; University of Louisville. School of Dentistry; Abstract sculpture; Fountains; Courtyards; Educational facilities;
School of Dentistry seen across the Health Sciences Center courtyard. Ad Astra (an abstract sculpture) can be seen in addition to a fountain. The University of Louisville School of Dentistry was organized in 1918 with the purchase of the Louisville...