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Quite literally: Each came home from the hospital in the same wooden cradleboard, built by their father, an Italian American sculptor, and beaded by a Shoshone friend of their mother's (who ran the local trading post and is herself a member of Oklahoma's Kiowa tribe).
Notably, Tatum was the first African- American sculptor whose work was shown at the University of Oregon Museum of Art, now the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
Alexander Calder is a DVD documentary portrait of American sculptor Alexander Calder (1898-1976), known for inventing the art form of the mobile (a kinetic sculpture with balanced or suspended components, which can move in response to motor power or air currents), often used today to decorate homes, or the rooms of children.
Donna Hassler is executive director of Chesterwood, the former summer home and studio of Daniel Chester French (1850--1931), a renowned and prolific American sculptor of public monuments best known for the sculpture of Lincoln at the Lincoln Memorial.
Harder to tie into the exhibition's theme are sculptural works by Canadian artist Johanne Allard, American sculptor Barbara Bisgyer and three French and Italian artists working in glass.
Nineteenth-century American sculptor Anne Whitney was born into a prominent family in Watertown, Massachusetts in 1821 and lived until 1915--her life spanning nearly a century of great political and social change.
The store's atrium is designed with wooden abstract inspired by the works of American sculptor Richard Serra.
Calder, for Alexander Calder (1898-1976), an American sculptor best known as the originator a type of kinetic sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended components that move in response to motor power or air currents.
He invited a good friend, American sculptor Chris Oricchio, to create four sculpture skeletons, which are now being completed by schoolchildren using recycled material.
George Grey Barnard (1863-1938), a prominent American sculptor and avid collector of Medieval art, is the one who acquired most of the sculpture in the collection.
The proposed statue would be 100-feet tall and would be built by American sculptor, Timothy Schmalz.
Matthew Day, program manager of Sustainable Waterloo's Regional Carbon Initiative, discovered his favourite ecoartist in university when he read about American sculptor Robert Smithson's Spiral Jetty.

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