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06-20-2024
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03-28-2024 Closed Closed for Spring Holiday
03-29-2024 Closed Closed for Spring Holiday
03-16-2024 Closed Closed for Spring Break
03-17-2024 Closed Closed for Spring Break
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Collection Highlight: Sculpture and Ceramics

Three-dimensional arts are also well represented in the museum’s collection. Works by artists including Leonard Baskin, Buckminster Fuller, Henry Moore and, more recently, Jacob Hashimoto and Buzz Spector demonstrate how three-dimensional forms have evolved over time. The sculpture collection is complemented by the Harry Shaw Collection, which features more than 160 examples of contemporary ceramics.

A small dark green sculpture resembling jagged shapes
A white cube with gray corners
A white plate with a blue abstract shape coming out from the middle
A lime green hexagonal box
An abstracted sculpture of a red teapot with a teal spout and lid
Spotted grey ceramic tea bowl with orange interior
A silver abstracted sculpture
A silver, square pyramid
Two busts of a man and a woman
Abstracted shapes using glass
A corroded sculpture of five shapes within the negative space along the top
A wooden abstract sculpture
A L shaped bookshelf holding gold colored geometric shapes
The Art Museum of WVU owns the objects in its collection but it does not own copyright to those objects; copyright may be held by an artist, estate, gallery, or agency. Images of works of art on this website are provided for personal, non-commercial, and educational fair use only, as consistent with United States copyright laws. Users are responsible for obtaining any copyright permissions directly from the copyright holder that may be required for their own further commercial or editorial uses. For more information, please contact Karen Louvar, Registrar, at karen.louvar@mail.wvu.edu.

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