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CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE DAY EXAMINING WORKS BY SURLS, CABRERA, BONGÉ AND BULTMAN

To celebrate International Sculpture Day, we’re highlighting some of the great sculptures that are currently on view at the Ogden Museum! Me, Knife, Diamond and Flower This large-scale sculpture by Texas artist James Surls stands tall in front of the Museum to welcome visitors and passerbys. Surls’ sculpture combines elements of nature, simplified facial features,…

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Happy 100th Birthday Fritz Bultman! Celebrating an American Abstract Expressionist Painter, Sculptor and Collagist

On this day in 1919, American Abstract Expressionist painter, sculptor and collagist, Fritz Bultman, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. At a young age, Bultman knew he wanted to be an artist. When he was just 16 years old he left home and moved to Germany to join the Bauhaus Art School. There, he met…

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