University of Sioux Falls

USF SculptureWalk
Welcome

The University of Sioux Falls is grounded in the liberal arts tradition, which values the development of students’ intellectual, analytical and creative capacities. We seek to cultivate students’ knowledge and appreciation of the visual and performing arts.

We encourage students to engage in the arts by participating in our programs in art, music and theatre and by experiencing permanent exhibits such as USF SculptureWalk. So enjoy! Allow your spirit to be rejuvenated and your senses to be awakened as you take in the thoughtprovoking sculptures and absorb the colors of campus.

Arriving Soon—2017 Sculptures!

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Dreamer
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Dreamer

by Rik Beuselinck

He is looking at the horizon, dreaming of a better world.

St. Ben
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St. Ben

by Sondra Jonson

St. Benedict—calm, stately, reflective and prayerful. A presence for our times.

Inner Gifts
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Inner Gifts

by Josie Campbell-Dellenbaugh

The Buddhist Monk is shown in deep meditation, opening up to his Inner Gifts. The face is modeled as a Tibetan.

The Actor
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The Actor

by Dee Clements

"All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts." -William Shakespeare

Seated Couple
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Seated Couple

by Rick Haugen

Two joined figures, have become one. This union imbues the couple with a greater strength, creating a stronger bond and giving a sense of security and serenity. Viewers can interact with the piece, perhaps sitting as one with the couple.

Rock and Roll
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Rock and Roll

by Pokey Park

Life needs to be celebrated with whimsy and attitude. This Guatemalan Black Howler Monkey is riding along on a skateboard to his next destination of fun.

Orange Steel #1
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Orange Steel #1

by Dana Parlier

This Orange Steel series is inspired by an exhibition of David Smith's figurative totems that the artist saw at the Whitney Museum, and is also inspired by architecture she sees in New York City on a daily basis.

Book Peddlers
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Book Peddlers

by Jack Morford

Whimsical figures playing on a subtle scene of sarcasm. Giving a touch of the real world, while at the same time taking the viewer out of it and into their imagination and dreams.

Big Easy
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Big Easy

by Osamede Obazee

Music is the spirit of life, natural or man-made. It invokes the power in you, giving you hope and strength to move on.

Stalking Fox
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Stalking Fox

by David Turner

Stalking Fox was designed to play upon the stealthy and cunning attributes of the Red Fox. In this position, the Fox could leap in the next instant or be frozen for minutes. The hollowed eyes help reinforce the sly nature of a Red Fox.

Silence
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Silence

by Serge Mozhnevsky

The beauty of the work is in its simplicity: a large circle with a hollow is sharply delineated by a vertical straight line and right angle on either side about mid-way. The effect is two side-by-side heads facing opposite directions; the hinted at eyes (different on either side), nose and mouth reveal nothing, invoking the title.


Contact USF Assistant Art Professor Ceca Cooper with inquiries about purchasing a SculptureWalk piece.