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piranesi_prints_starr_axinn

Giovanni Battista Piranesi (Italian, 1720–1778), View of the Principal Elevation of the Column of Trajan, 1774, and View of the Principal Elevation of the Column of Marcus Aurelius, ca. 1776, etchings on paper, six sheets each. Acquired by Middlebury College c. 1900.

scholars_rock

scholars_rock

Ornamental Rock, China, Anhui Province, Lingbi County, limestone with carved wood base, height: 44 inches. Purchase with funds provided by the Barbara P. and Robert P. ’64 Youngman Acquisition Fund for Asian Art, 2004.023. Location: Davis Family Library, 2nd Floor, East reading room

Patrick Dougherty, So Inclined

Patrick Dougherty, So Inclined

Patrick Dougherty (American, born 1945) So Inclined, 2007, Red maple saplings and grey dogwood. Commissioned as a temporary deposit by the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. On view 2007-2011. (Photo: Tad Merrick) Location: Front lawn of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

ryan_scura

ryan_scura

Self Portrait in pollen, by Ryan Scura '11

Owen, Hieroglyphics display

Owen, Hieroglyphics display

Kate Owen (British, Born 1963)
Hieroglyphics for the Ear [detail], 1997
Slate and steel, five stands, each 44 1/2 x 14 x 2 1/4 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.003

Location: Along the path between Atwater dining hall and 275 Weybridge Street

Kate Owen, Hieroglyphics for the Ear (installed)

Kate Owen, Hieroglyphics for the Ear (installed)

Kate Owen (British, Born 1963)
Hieroglyphics for the Ear, 1997
Slate and steel, five stands, each 44 1/2 x 14 x 2 1/4 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.003 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Along the path between Atwater dining hall and 275 Weybridge Street

Kate Owen, Hieroglyphics for the Ear

Kate Owen, Hieroglyphics for the Ear

Kate Owen (British, Born 1963)
Hieroglyphics for the Ear, 1997
Slate and steel, five stands, each 44 1/2 x 14 x 2 1/4 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.003

Location: Along the path between Atwater dining hall and 275 Weybridge Street

Tony Smith, Smog

Tony Smith, Smog

Tony Smith (American, 1912–1980)
Smog, 1969–1970, fabricated 2000
Painted aluminum, 7 x 80 x 60 feet. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2000.013

Location: East lawn of McCardell Bicentennial Hall

Scott Burton, Bench and Table

Scott Burton, Bench and Table

Scott Burton (American, 1939–1989)
Bench and Table, 1988–1989
Cincinnati red granite, Bench: 87 x 18 x 19 inches; Table: 28 x 22 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.002 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Ross Commons Courtyard

Dan Graham, Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth

Dan Graham, Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth

Dan Graham (American, born 1942)
Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth, 1996
Glass, steel, Arborvitae nigra, Height: 7 1/2 feet, radius: 15 feet. Purchase with funds from the Overbrook Foundation and the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation, with contributions from the Middlebury College Frederick and Martha Lapham Art Acquisition Fund and the Walter Cerf Art Fund. 1996.067 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Courtyard of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Burton, Bench and Table display

Burton, Bench and Table display

Scott Burton (American, 1939–1989)
Bench and Table [detail], 1988–1989
Cincinnati red granite, Bench: 87 x 18 x 19 inches; Table: 28 x 22 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.002 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Ross Commons Courtyard

Smith, Smog display

Smith, Smog display

Tony Smith (American, 1912–1980)
Smog [detail], 1969–1970, fabricated 2000
Painted aluminum, 7 x 80 x 60 feet. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2000.013

Location: East lawn of McCardell Bicentennial Hall

Jonathan Borofsky, I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225

Jonathan Borofsky, I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225

Jonathan Borofsky (American, born 1942)
I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225, 1984–1992
Acrylic on urethane foam, 19 1/2 x 58 x 39 inches. Gift of the Overbrook Foundation. 1995.009 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Lobby of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Jonathan Borofsky, I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225 (display)

Jonathan Borofsky, I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225 (display)

Jonathan Borofsky (American, born 1942)
I dreamed I could fly at 3,876,225, 1984–1992
Acrylic on urethane foam, 19 1/2 x 58 x 39 inches. Gift of the Overbrook Foundation. 1995.009 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Lobby of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Lorenzo Ghiglieri, The Middlebury Panther (display)

Lorenzo Ghiglieri, The Middlebury Panther (display)

Lorenzo Ghiglieri (American, born 1931)
The Middlebury Panther [detail], 1997
Bronze, over life-size. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Morse and Shelley H. Morse, Class of 1995. 1997.022 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Youngman Field and Alumni Stadium

Lorenzo Ghiglieri, The Middlebury Panther

Lorenzo Ghiglieri, The Middlebury Panther

Lorenzo Ghiglieri (American, born 1931)
The Middlebury Panther, 1997
Bronze, over life-size. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Morse and Shelley H. Morse, Class of 1995. 1997.022 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Youngman Field and Alumni Stadium

Patrick Dougherty, So Inclined (display)

Patrick Dougherty, So Inclined (display)

Patrick Dougherty (American, born 1945)
So Inclined [detail], 2007
Red maple saplings and grey dogwood. Commissioned as a temporary deposit by the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Front lawn of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Clement Meadmore, Around and About (display)

Clement Meadmore, Around and About (display)

Clement Meadmore (American, born Australia, 1929–2005)
Around and About, 1971
Painted aluminum, 7 feet x 11 feet x 7 feet 3 inches. Gift of Ken and Linda Wilson 2000.032 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Pond behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Clement Meadmore, Around and About

Clement Meadmore, Around and About

Clement Meadmore (American, born Australia, 1929–2005)
Around and About, 1971
Painted aluminum, 7 feet x 11 feet x 7 feet 3 inches. Gift of Ken and Linda Wilson 2000.032 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Pond behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Jenny Holzer, Selections from Truisms (display)

Jenny Holzer, Selections from Truisms (display)

Jenny Holzer (American, Born 1950)
Selections from Truisms: A Sense of Timing... [detail], 1977–1979
Danby Imperial marble, 16 3/4 x 61 x 25 3/8 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.004 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Second floor of the library

Jenny Holzer, Selections from Truisms

Jenny Holzer, Selections from Truisms

Jenny Holzer (American, Born 1950)
Selections from Truisms: A Sense of Timing..., 1977–1979
Danby Imperial marble, 16 3/4 x 61 x 25 3/8 inches. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2001.004 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Second floor of the library

Matt Mullican, L'Art d'Ecrire (display)

Matt Mullican, L'Art d'Ecrire (display)

Matt Mullican (American, born 1951)
L’Art d’Ecrire (The Art of Writing) [detail], 2004–2005
Oil stick and acrylic paint on 64 canvas panels, overall dimensions: 25' x 74'. Commissioned by the Committee on Art in Public Places, Middlebury College, with funds provided by the Glenstone Foundation in honor of Charles Gwathmey, and The Edwin Austin Abbey Memorial Fund for Mural Painting in America of The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York. 2005.039 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: In the atrium of the library

Matt Mullican, L'Art d'Ecrire

Matt Mullican, L'Art d'Ecrire

Matt Mullican (American, born 1951)
L’Art d’Ecrire (The Art of Writing), 2004–2005
Oil stick and acrylic paint on 64 canvas panels, overall dimensions: 25' x 74'. Commissioned by the Committee on Art in Public Places, Middlebury College, with funds provided by the Glenstone Foundation in honor of Charles Gwathmey, and The Edwin Austin Abbey Memorial Fund for Mural Painting in America of The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York. 2005.039 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: In the atrium of the library

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (detail)

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (detail)

Michael Singer (American, born 1942)
Garden of the Seasons [detail], 2003–2004
Granite, cast concrete, painted steel, aluminum, and plantings. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2004.048 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Adjacent to the library

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (display)

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (display)

Michael Singer (American, born 1942)
Garden of the Seasons [detail], 2003–2004
Granite, cast concrete, painted steel, aluminum, and plantings. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2004.048 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Adjacent to the library

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (full)

Michael Singer, Garden of the Seasons (full)

Michael Singer (American, born 1942)
Garden of the Seasons, 2003–2004
Granite, cast concrete, painted steel, aluminum, and plantings. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2004.048 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Adjacent to the library

Joseph Beuys, 7000 Oaks (display)

Joseph Beuys, 7000 Oaks (display)

Joseph Beuys (German, 1921–1986)
7000 Eichen (7000 Oaks) [detail], 1982–1987/1998
Basalt marker and red oak tree. Tree and basalt stone planted by the Middlebury College Museum of Art in memory of the artist Joseph Beuys. 1998.003 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Lawn between Starr Hall and Starr Axxin

Joseph Beuys, 7000 Oaks

Joseph Beuys, 7000 Oaks

Joseph Beuys (German, 1921–1986)
7000 Eichen (7000 Oaks), 1982–1987/1998
Basalt marker and red oak tree. Tree and basalt stone planted by the Middlebury College Museum of Art in memory of the artist Joseph Beuys. 1998.003 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Lawn between Starr Hall and Starr Axxin

Deborah Fisher, Solid State Change (display)

Deborah Fisher, Solid State Change (display)

Deborah Fisher (American, born 1972)
Solid State Change (detail), 2007
Discarded tires and electrical insulation. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2007.023 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: Hillcrest Environmental Center

Patrick Farrow, Frisbee Dog (display)

Patrick Farrow, Frisbee Dog (display)

Patrick Villiers Farrow (American, born 1942)
Frisbee Dog (detail), 1989
Bronze, 68 x 28 x 36 inches. Gift of Gary Merrill. 1989 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: On the quad in front of Munroe Hall

Patrick Farrow, Frisbee Dog

Patrick Farrow, Frisbee Dog

Patrick Villiers Farrow (American, born 1942)
Frisbee Dog, 1989
Bronze, 68 x 28 x 36 inches. Gift of Gary Merrill. 1989 (Photo: Tad Merrick)

Location: On the quad in front of Munroe Hall

Robert Indiana, LOVE (display)

Robert Indiana, LOVE (display)

Robert Indiana (American, born 1928)
LOVE, 1973
Painted aluminum, 6 x 6 x 3 feet. Gift of Ken and Linda Wilson. 2000.031 (detail of photo by Jack Goodman '03)

Location: Pond behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Robert Indiana, LOVE

Robert Indiana, LOVE

Robert Indiana (American, born 1928)
LOVE, 1973
Painted aluminum, 6 x 6 x 3 feet. Gift of Ken and Linda Wilson. 2000.031

Location: Pond behind the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Dan Graham, Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth (display)

Dan Graham, Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth (display)

Dan Graham (American, born 1942)
Two-Way Mirror Curved Hedge Zig-Zag Labyrinth, 1996, glass, steel, Arborvitae nigra, Height: 7 1/2 feet, radius: 15 feet. Purchase with funds from the Overbrook Foundation and the Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation, with contributions from the Middlebury College Frederick and Martha Lapham Art Acquisition Fund and the Walter Cerf Art Fund. 1996.067

Location: Courtyard of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Buky Schwartz, Plato's Cave (display)

Buky Schwartz, Plato's Cave (display)

Buky Schwartz (American, born Jerusalem, 1932–2009)
Plato’s Cave, 1990
Steel, video camera, video monitors. Acquired by the College for the Center for the Arts on the occasion of its inauguration. 1992.007

Location: Foyer of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Buky Schwartz, Plato's Cave

Buky Schwartz, Plato's Cave

Buky Schwartz (American, born Jerusalem, 1932–2009)
Plato’s Cave, 1990
Steel, video camera, video monitors. Acquired by the College for the Center for the Arts on the occasion of its inauguration. 1992.007

Location: Foyer of the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Deborah Fisher, Solid State Change

Deborah Fisher, Solid State Change

Deborah Fisher (American, born 1972)
Solid State Change, 2007
Discarded tires and electrical insulation. Purchase of the Committee on Art in Public Places with funds provided by the Middlebury College Board of Trustees One Percent for Art Policy. 2007.023

Location: Hillcrest Environmental Center

George Rickey, Two Open Rectangles (display)

George Rickey, Two Open Rectangles (display)

George Rickey (American, 1907–2002)
Two Open Rectangles, Excentric, Variation VI, 1976
Stainless steel, 12 x 3 feet. Purchase with funds provided by the Friends of Art Acquisition Fund and a matching grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. 1977.002

Location: In front of Johnson Memorial Building

George Rickey, Two Open Rectangles

George Rickey, Two Open Rectangles

George Rickey (American, 1907–2002)
Two Open Rectangles, Excentric, Variation VI, 1976
Stainless steel, 12 x 3 feet. Purchase with funds provided by the Friends of Art Acquisition Fund and a matching grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. 1977.002

Location: In front of Johnson Memorial Building

Jules Olitski, King Kong (display)

Jules Olitski, King Kong (display)

Jules Olitski (American, born Ukraine, 1922–2007)
King Kong, 1973
Cor-ten steel, 5 feet x 9 feet 4 inches x 8 feet 5 inches. Gift of Sophia Healy. 1994.003

Location: In front of Johnson Memorial Building

Jules Olitski, King Kong

Jules Olitski, King Kong

Jules Olitski (American, born Ukraine, 1922–2007)
King Kong, 1973
Cor-ten steel, 5 feet x 9 feet 4 inches x 8 feet 5 inches. Gift of Sophia Healy. 1994.003

Location: In front of Johnson Memorial Building