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Artist returns after nearly three decades to make repairs to Irwin Park’s sculpture

The loving hands of artist Margot McMahon helped restore the Irwin Park sculpture on Wednesday, Oct. 25. McMahon created the sculpture nearly three decades ago.

Artist describes ideas at play in Flossmoor's latest sculpture installation

Sculptor Ed McCullough took the Flossmoor Public Art Commission members and guests on an aesthetic journey on Saturday as he described the ideas and inspirations for his work. His metal sculpture, Crossing #5 was dedicated as the newest piece in Flossmoor's sculpture garden.

Mirrored obelisk becomes H-F High School’s 12th outdoor sculpture

The creativity of eight students in the 3D sculpture and ceramics class at Homewood-Flossmoor High School brought to life “Obelisk,” the 12th outdoor sculpture on campus, which was dedicated at a cermony on Tuesday, May 30.

H-F High students working on obelisk sculpture

The District 233 school board gave its blessing to an outdoor mirrored obelisk sculpture for the Homewood-Flossmoor High School campus. Students and art teacher Greg Petecki explained the concept for the project at the April 4 board meeting.

Oct. 8 public art fundraiser features auction of unique works of art: chairs

Art lovers who “Pull Up a Chair” next month will help support Flossmoor’s Sculpture Garden and other public art. But they may also walk away with a work of art that’s a unique piece of furniture.

Sculpture park: Great art is front and center, available to all in Flossmoor

The young girl, frozen in time, looks skyward. She may be gazing at stars, or watching a sparrow in the trees. “Child,” the bronze statue in the downtown Flossmoor roundabout, is one of the pieces of public art supported by the village's Public Art Commission.

Karve launched as latest monumental sculpture at H-F High School

H-F school board member Jody Scariano with teacher
Greg Petecki, left, prepare to cut the ribbon dedicating
Karve, the newest public sculpture by H-F students.

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