Works visited and discussed on City College Art Walk. Future dates for walk here. [Main Art Walk page.]

 St Francis of the Guns

Beniamino Bufano, Italian (1890 – 1970)
1969; bronze, mosaic tile, gunmetal
Installed 1977
Steps of Science Hall, Frida Kahlo Way

Wyoming Coup

William Wareham, American (b.1941)
1969; welded aluminum
Installed 1972
North lawn, Science Hall

Theory and Science

Frederick Olmsted (1911-1990)
1942; Tempera on plaster
Created at site 1942; Restored 2002
West entrance, inside stairs, Science Hall

Organic and Inorganic Science (North)

Herman Volz, Swiss, (1904-1990)
1942; Marble mosaic
Created on site 1940-1942
Restored 2005
North Portico, Science Hall

Thomas Alva Edison

Frederick Olmsted (1911-1990)
1941; limestone
Created on site 1941
Cloud Hall Plaza

Leonardo da Vinci

Frederick Olmsted (1911-1990)
1940; limestone
Installed 1941
Cloud Hall Plaza

Organic and Inorganic Science (South)

Herman Volz (1904-1990)
1943; Marble mosaic
Created on site 1942-1943
Restored 2005
South Portico, Science Hall

Copper Sundial

August Tiesselinck (1890-1972)
1955, copper
Installed 1972
Restored 2013 (gnomon)
South end, Cloud Hall Plaza

Bighorn Mountain Ram

Dudley Carter, Canadian (1891-1992)
1940; Redwood
Restored and installed Conlan 1983
Lobby, Conlan Hall

Sentinels

Aristides Demetrios (b.1932)
1973; bronze
Restored 2013
Ram Plaza

Sports Figures

Sargent Johnson, American (1888-1967)
1940; cast concrete
In storage as of 2008
Originally on east façade, north and south gymnasiums
♦Shot Putter, Discus Thrower, Football Player
♦Basketball Players
♦Tennis Player

Sculpture Deck

Jacques Overhoff, Dutch (b.1933)
1979; cast concrete, mosaic tile
7’ x 30’ x 30’
Restored 2008 by Karen Fix
Batmale Hall Plaza

Bicentennial Wings

Jacques Overhoff, Dutch (b.1933)
1979; cast concrete, mosaic tile
30’ x 12’ x 6’
Batmale Hall Plaza

Up Tight No.1

Jacques Overhoff, Dutch (b.1933)
1972; cast concrete
Installed 1975
Visual Arts Building, at Cloud Circle

The Whales (fountain)

Robert Boardman Howard, American (1896-1983)
1939; cast concrete and black granite
Due for restoration
In storage near Bungalows, N side campus

Pacifica (reproduction)

2008; fiberglass
8’ tall
Installed April 2008
Courtyard, Diego Rivera Theatre
Gift of Salvatore DeGuarda (1920-2012)

Pacifica (original)
Ralph Stackpole, American (1885-1973)
1939; plaster over armature
80’ tall
Installed at GGIE (demolished)

El Rey San Lorenzo #1

Ignacio Perez Solano, Mexican
2004; volcanic tuff
9’ tall; 14 tons
Courtyard, Diego Rivera Theatre

Goddess of the Forest

Dudley Carter, Canadian (1891-1992)
1940; Redwood
Restored 1992
15’6” x 6’ x 2’8” (originally 26’ tall)
Lobby, Diego Rivera Theatre

Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and the South on this Continent (Pan-American Unity)

Diego Rivera, Mexican (1886-1957)
1940, fresco
Soon to be restored
22’ x 75’
Lobby, Diego Rivera Theatre

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