The International Sculpture Center (ISC) is a member-supported, nonprofit organization founded in 1960 to champion the creation and understanding of sculpture and its unique, vital contribution to society. Members include sculptors,
collectors, patrons, architects, developers, journalists, curators, historians, critics, educators, foundries, galleries, and museums—anyone with an interest in and commitment to the field of sculpture.
Where We Started
In 1960, sculptor and educator Elden Tefft organized the National Sculpture Conference at the University of Kansas, in Lawrence, Kansas, and with that conference the International Sculpture Center was born.
Since then, the ISC has continued to evolve and adapt to the changing needs of its members as technologies move forward, beginning with the 1997 launch of www.sculpture.org.
Today, after 60 years of service to the field, the ISC's progressive programs, conferences, symposia, and publications serve a growing international membership and educate the profession and the public about contemporary sculpture.
Elden Tefft and his son Kim repairing “Academic Jay”, 1996. Kansas University Archives Photos.
Board of Trustees
Jack F. Becker, Ph.D. is the Executive Director & CEO of Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. Becker earned his Bachelor of Art in art history at Carleton College in Minnesota; his Master of Art in art history and Ph.D.
in American art at the University of Delaware; and his Master of Business Administration at the University of Michigan.
Secretary of Brian Wall Foundation
San Francisco, CA
Sylvia Brown is Secretary/Treasurer of the Brian Wall Foundation, which benefits working artists in financial need. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Sylvia has worked as a gallerist, communications executive
and art writer. As founding partner of the San Francisco public relations agency Brown & Collins, she developed partnerships among museums, galleries, civic art commissions and business sponsors.
Robert Duncan is chairman of ISC for the second time. Together with his wife, Karen, the Duncans share their extensive contemporary arts and crafts collection through loans, tours and numerous articles in national press publications.
New York, NY
Carole A. Feuerman is recognized as one of the world’s most renowned hyperrealist sculptors. She sculpts and paints monumental, life-size, and table-top works in bronze, resin and marble. She is best known for her large outdoor
painted bronze figurative pieces with water themes.
VP of Arts & Science Council
Carla Hanzal is the Vice President of Public Art for the ASC, which administers the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Art Ordinance. Hanzal is an author and curator based in Charlotte and has over 25 years of experience commissioning
artworks and organizing museum exhibitions.
John Henry is known worldwide for his large-scale public works of art. His works are included in major museum, corporate, public, and private collections worldwide. He holds leadership positions on numerous boards of acts organizations.
Peter Hobart was Chair of the ISC Board of Trustees for six years. He is also an international entrepreneur, Hobart Brother’s former vice president for international business, and a board member of the Hobart Institute of Welding
Co-Director of Nature Morte
New Delhi, India
Aparajita Jain is the co-director of Nature Morte since 2012, when she bought a controlling interest in the leading contemporary art gallery, assimilating into its nest some of the artists represented by Seven Arts Limited,
the gallery she previously owned that focussed on discovering young talent, among whom was Asim Waqif, who, in 2016, was awarded India Today Art Award for Emerging Artist of the Year. Nature Morte, along with Jhaveri Contemporary,
also won Solo Exhibition of the Year for the co-curated retrospective, "Transfigurations", featuring the work of Mrinalini Mukherjee.
Chairman Emeritus - In Memoriam
Recognized as one of America’s foremost realists working in sculpture, Seward Johnson has exhibited extensively in the US and overseas, inclusive of a solo exhibition at the Corcoran in Washington, DC, the Venice Biennale,
and in the cities of Rome, Berlin, Madrid, Hannover, Milan, Lisbon, Dallas, Chicago among others.
Ree Kaneko has been supporting the arts for over 38 years. Her main objectives have been to support artists by providing studios, stipends and exhibition opportunities.
Salt Lake City, UT
Joshua S. Kanter is the principal of Josh Kanter Wealth Advisory Services, providing personalized, multi-generational consulting services to families. He is a collector and has served on the boards of numerous public, private
and non-profit concerns. He previously served as the chairman of the ISC Board.
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park
Nanci Lanni is the Chair of the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and has also served as the Special Projects Director and acting Co-Director. In her career she has sat on the Board of the ISC, and Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, and
the Fitton Center for Fine Arts and sits on the Board of the Cincinnati Opera Company. Nanci has built her rich career in the arts after receiving her BFA at Syracuse University.
Marc LeBaron is Chairman and CEO of Lincoln Industries in Lincoln Nebraska, one of the nation’s largest and most diverse metal finishing companies. He is an art collector and has also held leadership positions in many organizations.
VP of Therapeutic Research
Dr. George McLendon is the Vice President of Therapeutic Research and Development at the nation's largest non-profit health care company, Carolina's HealthCare System. He is an educator, research scientist and entrepreneur.
McLendon has published over 200 research papers in chemistry, physics and biology and holds multiple patents. He is a founding co-director of TMCx and serves on advisory and governing boards for several early-stage life
Park City, UT
Hilary has served on the board of the Kimball Art Center. Art and sculpture have been a passion and a shared interest with her husband Ben for many years. After owning a gallery in Chicago that specialized in photography, her
interests expanded to include a variety of diverse artistic expressions.
San Francisco, CA
Jon Ott is currently a Vice President of Sales at Salesforce in San Francisco, California. Jon has been collecting art for 16 years, with extensive sculpture collections by Richard Hunt, Fletcher Benton and Charles Ginnever.
Jon has taken an active role in collaborating directly with leaders in the field of sculpture conservation. Jon, together with his wife Molly, has had parts of their collection exhibited at the Indianapolis Museum of Art,
David Zwirner Gallery in New York, Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art.
Seattle based Norie Sato's artwork for public contexts is derived from site and context-driven ideas and also includes works for galleries, museums and other installations. Her projects are located around the country: San Diego
International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, Iowa State University, Seattle’s Link light rail, among others. She is a former member of the Public Art Network Council and Seattle Design Commission.
F. Douglass Schatz is an artist from Nashville TN., known for his wide range of artwork including cast bronze, welded steel, and fireworks. He is currently a sculptor and professor at the State University of New York, Potsdam.
Artist and Designer
Lake Forest Park, WA
Vicki Scuri is passionate about her work promoting community identity and more livable public places through Art. She is an Interdisciplinary Artist and Designer, with a stellar track record spanning over 32 years. Her work
thrives at the intersections of art with urban design, environment and infrastructure, bridging the gaps between disciplines to create a more meaningful and engaging public realm.
Shan Shan Sheng
San Francisco, CA
Internationally recognized artist Shan Shan Sheng, in 1982 came to United States, attending Mount Holyoke College and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts Degree, and continued
to Harvard University as an artist-in-residence for two years. Sheng has held over 40 solo exhibitions in Europe, Asia and America, her large-scale “Open Wall” project was included in the 53rd Venice Biennale. To this date,
Sheng has completed 60 large scale public art projects permanently installed in many countries around the world.
Entrepreneur / Director
Frank Sippel is now a real estate ecopreneur. With his Real Future Companies, based in Switzerland as well as in Germany (Berlin), he is investing and developing space for social, cultural and environmental impact in the greater
Professor, Bradley University
Fisher Stolz is a sculptor creating work in stainless steel, cast metals and carved stone. Frequently these materials are used in combination to make sculptures that range from interior pieces through large-scale public works.
Renée Stout received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University in 1980. She is based in Washington, DC and is the recipient of many awards, including a 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Women’s Caucus for Art and most
recently, the 2020 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Award and a Virginia A. Groot Foundation Award.
Elden Tefft founded the sculpture program at the University of Kansas where he taught for 40 years. During his tenure he built two bronze foundries at the University and consulted and built many additional foundries throughout
the world. In 1960, Elden started the International Sculpture Conferences and Center which became the world's largest association of sculptors.
Mountain Springs, TX
George Tobolowsky is a professional sculptor working out of Mountain Springs, Texas. His works are abstract metal sculptures made from steel and stainless steel “found objects” like bulky industrial metal castoffs scoured from
scrap yards and fabrication plants.
Raymond Tymas-Jones, Ph.D
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Raymond Tymas-Jones, Ph.D., was appointed as the 10th President of Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA. July 1, 2018. Tymas-Jones earned a Bachelor of Music with honors degree from Howard University in Washington,
D.C. Both his Master of Music and doctorate degrees were award by Washington University, St. Louis.
Julian Voss-Andreae is widely known for his striking work often blending figurative sculpture with scientific insights into the nature of reality. Voss-Andreae’s sculptures can be found in major collections all over the
world and videos of his sculpture have gone viral with tens of millions of views. Voss-Andreae did his graduate research in quantum physics at one of the world’s most prestigious physics research labs at the University
Business Publications Corporation
Des Moines, IA
Connie Wimer was born in Merrill, Iowa, and attended Morningside College. She is the owner, founder and Chairman of Business Publications Corporation which has thirty-some titles. The company also does custom publishing,
book publishing and a number of events. Connie serves on a number of boards in the city, state and nationally. She is the founder of Winefest and was the first woman to serve as Chair of the Greater Des Moines Chamber,
the Alliance of Area Business Publications and to receive the Business Hall of Fame Award.
New York, NY
Nadine Witkin is the daughter of the legendary modernist sculptor and former ISC Board Member Isaac Witkin (1936-2006), and she is an avid contemporary art collector, promoter and advisor. She is also an Emmy award winning
television producer, who has worked at CBS News, NBC News and NBC Entertainment, CNN, Fox Business, Al Jazeera America and A & E Networks, as well as independent PBS documentaries.
Officers Robert Duncan– Chair Hilary Nitka – Vice Chair Jon Ott – Vice Chair Doug Schatz – Secretary George Tobolowsky– Treasurer
*Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Director are ex officio members of all committees.
Executive Committee Robert Duncan– Chair Jack Becker Carole Feuerman Carla Hanzal Josh Kanter Marc LeBaron Hilary Nitka Jon Ott
Norie Sato Doug Schatz Shan Shan Sheng Fisher Stolz George Tobolowsky Raymond Tymas-Jones Connie Wimer Nadine Witkin
Chair Emeritus John Henry Peter Hobart Seward Johnson - In Memoriam Ree Kaneko Marc LeBaron
Advisory Board Bruce Beasley Craig Hall Marc LeBaron Jim & Karen Linder Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas Hans Van de Bovenkamp
Admin & Finance Committee George Tobolowsky - Chair
Development Committee George Tobolowsky –Chair Carole Feuerman Josh Kanter Gertrud Kohler-Aeschlimann Hilary Nitka Jon Ott Julian Voss-Andreae
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee Raymond Tymas-Jones- Chair Carla Hanzal Hilary Nitka Jon Ott Renée Stout
International Affairs Committee Shan Shan Sheng -Chair Drew Goerlitz Aparajita Jain Gertrud Kohler-Aeschlimann Milan Lukac Frank
Michael Suh Julian Voss-Andreae Nadine Witkin
ISC Perspectives Committee Doug Schatz - Chair Paul Hubbard Norie Sato Vicki Scuri Fisher Stolz Raymond Tymas-Jones
Membership Committee Norie Sato – Co-Chair Fisher Stolz – Co-Chair Sylvia Brown Rebecca Reynolds Marco Rosichelli Doug Schatz
Nominating Committee Jack Becker – Co-Chair Carla Hanzal – Co-Chair George Tobolowsky
60 year Anniversary Hilary Nitka - Chair Norie Sato Julian Voss-Andreae Nadine Witkin
Award Committee George Tobolowsky – Chair Jack Becker Carole Feuerman Hilary Nitka Nadine Witkin
Collections Committee Carole Feuerman – Co-Chair Nadine Witkin – Co- Chair Jack Becker Ree Kaneko Josh Kanter George Neubert Hilary Nitka
Jon Ott Kim Vaadia
Detroit 2020 Committee Doug Schatz - Chair Taylor Aldridge Vince Carducci Darlene Carroll Kelly Cave Chido Johnson Erin Kruczek
Gary Kulak Miranda Kyle Faina Lerman Izegbe N'Namdi Sheryl Oring Amanda Partridge Nordin Thomas Pyrzewski Joshua Reiman Crimson Rose Norie Sato Jenenne Whitfield
Educator Award Committee Doug Schatz – Chair Mary Bates Neubauer Malcolm Cochran Ellen Driscoll Linda Fleming Joan Giroux Jack
Linda Sormin Coleen Sterritt Patrick Strzelec
Thank you to our Donors
International Sculpture Center Contemporary Sculpture Circle The International Sculpture Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides programming and services supported by contributions,
grants, sponsorships, and memberships. The ISC Board of Trustees gratefully acknowledges the generosity of our members and donors in our Contemporary Sculpture Circle: those who have contributed $350 and above. Make a contribution now.
Benefactor's Circle ($100,000+) Atlantic Foundation Fletcher Benton Karen & Robert Duncan Mrs. Donald Fisher Grounds For Sculpture John Henry Richard Hunt J. Seward Johnson, Jr. Johnson Art & Education Foundation Ree & Jun Kaneko Joshua S. Kanter Kanter Family Foundation Gertrud & Heinz Kohler-Aeschlimann Nanci Lanni Kathy and Marc LeBaron Lincoln Industries
National Endowment for the Arts NJ State Council on the Arts Mary O’Shaughnessy
I.A. O’Shaughnessy Foundation Beverly Pepper Estate of John A. Renna Jon & Mary Shirley Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Robert Slotkin
Boaz Vaadia Bernar Venet Nadine Witkin, Estate of Isaac Witkin
Major Donors ($50,000-99,999) Anonymous Foundation Chakaia Booker Erik & Michele Christiansen Terry & Robert Edwards Carole Feuerman Rob Fisher Robert Mangold
Marlborough Gallery Fred & Lena Meijer Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park Frances & Albert Paley Pew Charitable Trust Arnaldo Pomodoro Andrew & Judy Rogers Walter
Robert & Polina Schlott Kiki Smith George Tobolowsky William Tucker Mary & John Young
Chairman's Circle ($10,000-49,999)
Magdalena Abakanowicz Anonymous Foundation ART Research
Jack Becker Sydney & Walda Besthoff Janet Blocker Blue Star Contemporary Art Center Willard Boepple Bollinger Atelier Tom Bollinger & Kim Nikolaev Fernando Botero
Debra Cafaro & Terrance Livingston Canvas Wines Sir Anthony Caro Cheim & Read Chelsea College of Art & Design Chicago Arts District/Podmajersky, Inc. John Clement Clinton Family
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans Linda and Daniel Cooperman
Dana Martin Davis David Diamond David & Gladys Wright House Foundation Digital Atelier Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Richard Dupont
Lin Emery Fred Eychaner
Bill FitzGibbons Jeff Fleming Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation
Alan Gibbs Gibbs Farm James Geier Michael & Francie Gordon Red Grooms & Lysiane Luong Grooms Ralfonso Gschwend Agnes Gund
Craig & Kathryn Hall Joan Hall David Handley Carla Hanzal Ann Hatch Richard Heinrich The Helis Foundation Daniel A. Henderson Michelle Hobart Peter C. Hobart
Leiko Ikemura & Philipp von Matt
Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation Joyce & Seward Johnson Foundation
KANEKO Mary Ann Keeler Keeler Foundation Anna-Maria & Stephen Kellen Foundation Phillip King William King Anne Kohs Associates
Jo Carole & Ronald S. Lauder Cynthia Madden Leitner/ Museum of Outdoor Arts Eugene Lemay Toby D. Lewis Philanthropic Fund Jim & Karen Linder Lisson Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery Marlene & Sandy Louchheim Martin Margulies McKay Lodge Conservation Laboratory,Inc. Patricia Meadows Creighton Michael Lowell Miller Deedee Morrison Morton
Rachofsky Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Barrie Mowatt Sharon & Prescott Muir
Patty & Bobby Nail Manuel Neri New Jersey Cultural Trust New Orleans Museum of Art Sassona Norton
Ralph O'Connor Ogden Museum of Southern Art Nancy & Steven Oliver
Justin Peyser Polich Tallix Fine Art Foundry
Stanley & Harriet Rabinowitz Zach Rawling Patricia Renick Pat Renick Gift Fund
Henry Richardson Russ Rubert
Sakana Foundation Salt Lake Art Center Carol L. Sarosik & Shelley Padnos Melody Sawyer Richardson Doug Schatz Mary Ellen Scherl The Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation June & Paul Schorr,
The Seward Johnson Atelier Joel Shapiro Judith Shea Armando Silva Frank Sippel Kenneth & Katherine Snelson Tishman Speyer Fisher Stolz STRETCH
Mark di Suvero Takahisa Suzuki
Aylin Tahincioglu Cynthia Thompson Steinunn Thorarinsdottir Tmima
University of the Arts London University of Nebraska Medical Center
Robert E. Vogele Ursula von Rydingsvard
Georgia Welles Elizabeth Erdreich White Connie Wimer
The Abe Zale Foundation Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation
Director's Circle ($5,000-9,999)
Ana & Gui Affonso George Ahl El Anatsui Lisa Arnett Auckland Art Gallery
Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art Sylvia Brown Bruce Beasley Kimberly Beider Belger Crane Yard Belmont Harbor Yacht Club Bloomberg LP Brick Bay Wines and Sculpture Trail Otto
M. Budig Family Foundation
The BWF Foundation, Inc.
Carnegie Mellon University Maureen Cogan Lisa Colburn Ric Collier Connells Bay Sculpture Park Demeter Fragrance Library
Lina Deng Christine and Richard Didsbury
Jan and Trevor Farmer FreedmanArt
Galerie Lelong Bill and Christy Gautreaux
Susan Gerber Jo and John Gow Francis Greenburger
Haunch of Venison Bryan Hunt John S. & James L. Knight Foundation
Kansas City Art Institute Tony Karman Gallery Kasahara Herbert J. Kayden Joseph Kernisky
Michael Manjarris Mattress Factory George McLendon Merchandise Mart Properties Jill & Paul Meister Metalabs
Gerard Meulensteen Michael Miller Jesus Moroles Steve & Debbie Mueller Museum of Arts and Design Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park
National Gallery, London Nelson Atkins Museum of Art Hilary Nitka Kristen Nordahl
Brian Ohno Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen Dennis Oppenheim The Oshman Foundation Jon Ott
William R. Padnos Paula Cooper Gallery Hubert Phipps Donald Porcaro
Richard Gray Gallery Riva Yares Gallery Bill Roy
School of the Art Institute of Chicago Peter Scotese Sculpture Community/sculpture.net Sebastián
Eve and Fred Simon Lisa & Tom Smith Duane Stranahan, Jr. Elizabeth Strong-Cuevas Studios, Inc. Roselyn Swig
Tate Julian and Jacqueline Taub The BWF Foundation, Inc Laura Thorne Tulane University Alderman Tom Tunney Raymond Tymas-Jones, PhD
University of Cincinnati University of Kansas
Hans Van de Bovenkamp Vector Custom Fabricating, Inc.
Harry T. Wilks Isaac Witkin
Xavier University of Louisina
Patron's Circle ($2,500-4,999) The Andy Warhol Museum Carnegie Museum of Art Elizabeth Catlett J. Laurence & Susan Costin Des Moines Art Center Barbara & Steve Durham True Fisher Headland Sculpture on the Gulf Barbara Hoffman Aparajita Jain Laumeier Sculpture Park Lostn Foundation Susan McLeod
M.D. Michaelis Moore College of Art & Design National Academy Museum John P. & Anne Nelson Katerina Paleckova, Angel’s Chocolate Philip Palmedo Janice Perry Joyce Pomeroy-Schwartz Princeton University Art Museum Rifle Paper Co. Eric Schieber Scottsdale Public Art Vicki Scuri Todd Smith
Spar Street Philip Surls Elisabeth Swanson Laura Thorne Doris & Peter Tilles Julian Voss-Andreae Webster University
Friend's Circle ($1,000-2,499) Adobe
Anonymous Donor Dean Arkfeld Doris H. Arkin Lee Bartell Verina Baxter Ambassador & Mrs. Alan Blinken Architectural Building Systems Melva Bucksbaum & Raymond Learsy Tom Butler
Edouard Duval Carrie Cause Contemporary Gallery Cedar Rapids Museum of Art Chicago Gallery News Jim & Jane Cohan The Columbus Museum Eduardo da Rosa Henry Davis Guerra de la
Terry Dintenfass, Inc. Michele Oka Doner Jill Downen Fred Drucker Constance & Blair Fensterstock Sue Gardiner Gill Gatfield Jenny Gibbs Terra Goolsby Mr. & Mrs. Stephen
Haligon Fine Art Craig Hall Dr. LaRue Harding Ed Hardy Habit/Hardy LLC John Hatfield Gail & Wilfred Heilbut Ursula & Joseph Helman Olga Hirshhorn Paul Hubbard Gloria
Paul Klein A. Eugene & Barbara Kohn Eleas Kostis Gary Kulak Chuck Levy Carol LeWitt Chi-Yu Liang Lincoln Park Conservatory Glenn & Susan Lowry Dayle Mace Roger Machin
& Carmella Saraceno
Joel Mallin Steve Maloney Eileen & Barry Mandel Steve Martin & Amy Haddad Edward Mayer Maxine & Stuart Frankel Foundation Deborah McCormick Bill & Shirley McIntyre Robert E. Meyerhoff & Rheda Becker Microsoft Corporation
Millennium Park, Inc. David Mirvish George Neubert NOVA Chemicals Inc. Ralph O’Connor Olivella, Umbria Olii International Tom Otterness Enid J. Packard Paula Panczenko John Pappajohn Raul
Barry R. Perlis Troy & Cathy Perry Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Pittsburgh Office of Public Art Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area & Carrie Furnaces Michelle Rapp Leslie Robertson
& Sawteen See
Roger Smith Hotel Ky & Jane Rohman Salvatore & Corinne Romano Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Ambassador Nancy H. Rubin Morley & Jane Safer Saginaw Valley State University Vicki
& Roger Sant
Carolina Sardi Norie Sato Greg & Laura Schnackel Sculpt Nouveau Sedgwick Productions Shan Shan Sheng Steve Siegel Sipi Metal Corp. Jenny and Andrew Smith Steinberg Shebairo
Storm King Art Center Tom & Sue Tallman Thai Metal Crafters Jeff Thomson Barbara & Donald Tober The Todd & Betiana Simon Foundation UBS Financial Services Edward Ulhir Umbra, Ltd.
University of Arkansas
Robert M. Kaye & Diane Upright Frederico Uribe Steve Vail Fine Arts Hans Van De Bovenkamp LTD Richard & Karen Vierk John & Lynn Vinkemulder Alex Wagman Charlotte Weber Wellington Sculpture Trust
John Wiederspan Yoram Wind Charles & Barbara Wright Jim Yohe Lisa & Don Zaretsky Zealandia Sculpture Garden Glenn Zweygardt
Professional Circle ($350-999) John Adduci• Susan Amorde• Mark Anderson• Maria Artemis• Becky Ault• Michael Aurbach• Helena Bacardi-Kiely • Bill Barrett • Jerry Ross Barrish • Carlos Basanta • Ghada Batrouni • Anne
Baxter • George Beasley • William Beaver • Joseph Becherer • Raine Bedsole • Darcy Bellamy • Eden Bender • Frances & Benjamin Benenson • Joseph Benevenia • Meredith Bergmann • Ronald Berman • Abigail Bernhardt •
Rita Blitt • Jessica Bodner • Christian Bolt • Christine Bourdette • Jeffie Brewer • Paul Bruneau • Keith Bush • Anthony Cafritz • Gaston Carrio • Dave Caudill • Veronique Chabrolle • Vincent Champion-Ercoli • Cheekwood
Botanical Garden and Museum of Art • Perci Chester • Karl Chilcott • Asherah Cinnamon • James C. Cross III • Amir Daghigh • Carlos Davila • Paul Deans • Denver Botanic Gardens, Inc • Albert Dicruttalo • Konstantin Dimopoulos
• Kenneth Dipaola • George Drake • Philip Drill • Anita Durst • Eric Eigen • Charles Eisemann • Art Fairchild • Dylan Farnum • Talley Fisher • Gail Folwell • Franconia Sculpture Park • Basil C. Frank • Victoria Fuller
• Erica Larkin Gaudet • Aristotle Georgiades • James Gibson • Joe Gitterman • Gizmo Art Production Inc. • Dewitt Godfrey • Stuart Goode • Francis Greenburger • Barbara Grygutis • Carolyn Enz Hack • Wataru Hamasaka •
Mike Hansel • Dave Haslett • Jens Ingvard Hansen • Alessandra Marchitelli Hess • Henry Hillman • Lee Hoag • Jack Howard-Potter • Jan Hoy • Yoshitada Ihara • Eve Ingalls • Scott Johnson • Eric Jorgenson • Nathan Joseph
• Ray Katz • Elizabeth Kelly • Maureen Kelly • Robert E. Kelly • Lita Kelmenson • Chippie Kennedy • Colin Kerrigan • Cindee Klement • Wendy Klemperer • Joel Koppelman • Jill & Peter Kraus • Yoko Kubrick • Olusola
Kukoyi • Jay Lagemann • Won Lee • Boruch Lev • Jason Levan • Andrew Libertone • Linnaea Tillett Lighting Design • Abigail Livingwood • Robert Lodge • Sharon Loper • Charles Loving • Winifred Lutz • Lynden Sculpture
Garden • Andrea Malaer • Jennifer McCandless • Tom McCormick • Darcy Meeker • Ron Mehlman • Catherine Merrill • Montserrat Mesalles • Carol Mickett & Robert Stackhouse • Rosalie Midyette • Ruth Aizuss Migdal • Darren
Miller • Brian Monaghan • Owen Morrel • Keld Moseholm • W.W. Mueller • Konried Muench • Lyubov Muravyeva • Tallur L.N • Arnold Nadler • Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park • Mary Neubauer • James Nickel • Bruce Niemi • Donald
Noon • Jospeh O’Connell • Michelle O’Michael • Setsuko Ono • Tarunkumar Patel • Carol Peligian • Joel Perlman • Darrell Petit • Robert Pfitzenmeier • Jean Jacques Porret • Wayne Potratz • Profile Laser LLC • Susan Pullman-Brooks
• Kimberly Radochia • Marcia Raff • Mira Recanati • David Reif • Jeannette Rein • Ann Rorimer • Constance Rush • Tom Scarff • Gregg Schenker • Fred Schlatter • Ryan Schmidt • Antoinette Schultze • John Scribner • Sculpture
for New Orleans • Joseph H. Seipel • Susana Sierra-Johnson • Debra Silver • Marina Smelik • Leslie Smith • Peter Jon Snyder • Young Song • Yvette Kaiser Smith • Stan Smokler • Gregory Spitzer • Howard Springer • Michael
Stearns • Eric Stein • Charles Stinson • Richard Stravitz • Miroslaw Struzik • Meryl Taradash • Cordell Taylor • Town of Olds • Umlauf Sculpture Garden • Victor Uribe • Vasko Vassilev • Vassiliki • Jill Viney • Mark
Warwick • James Watts • Adam Wiedmann • Robert Western • Jim Wheeler • Kimberly Willcox • Leslie Wilcox • Etta Winigrad • Robert Winkler • Jean Wolff • Holly Wright • Chin Chih Yang • l. William Zahner • Xiaorong Zhang
• Bernard Zubrowski
International Sculpture Center's Community is a Safe, Inclusive Space for All