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Outdoor Sculptures at CAM: Atman by Mark di Suvero

by Franck Mercurio, Publications Editor


outdoor sculpture, Atman, Mark di Suvero

It’s hard to miss the monumental 3-D capital “A” welcoming visitors to CAM’s campus from Art Museum Drive. Painted a bright red—like the museum’s brand color—some suggest the giant steel beam structure stands for “Art.” But the artist’s intent was not so driven by marketing concerns!

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Pinocchio Takes a Bath

by Conservation


CAMConservation, outdoor art, outdoor sculpture, Pinocchio, Jim Dine

Earlier this month our Pinocchio sculpture received a maintenance treatment from conservators who specialize in outdoor sculpture conservation from McKay Lodge Art Conservation.

The Cincinnati Art Museum Inside Out

by Cincinnati Art Museum


Art Climb, permanent collection, sculpture, outdoor art, outdoor sculpture

Experience the power of art—inside and out

Teacher Blog: Women Breaking Boundaries, Evenings for Educators Preview

by Sue Diemer


Teacher resources, Evenings for Educators, sculpture, art making

Sculpture is a new semester course this year. Every project that the students create is a ‘new adventure’ for us all!

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Modern Glass Japanese Sculpture

by Conservation


Etsuko Nishi, Conservation, behind the scenes, glass sculpture, modern art

Objects Conservation is working on this modern glass sculpture by Japanese artist Etsuko Nishi.

Behind the Scenes in Conservation: Limestone Eagle Sculpture

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behind the scenes, conservation, sculpture

This limestone sculpture of an eagle and serpent dates from 50-150 CE and is from the Nabataean Temple Khirbet et-Tannur in Jordan.