WELCOME ARTIST ANDY SCOTT at a RECEPTION TUESDAY, 2 APRIL, from 5:30 TO 7:30 pm at the INTERNATIONAL CURRENTS GALLERY of the JOHN DAVID MOONEY FOUNDATION 114 West Kinzie Street, Chicago To celebrate Tartan Day and Scotland Week, the CHICAGO SCOTS and the John David Mooney Foundation are pleased to host artist Andy Scott of Glasgow, Scotland. The artist created the Kelpies, large-scale public sculptures that have been installed adjacent to Chicago’s Field Museum. In Celtic
At dusk, on Sunday, October 14th, in Urbana, Illinois, city dignitaries, financial donors and a wide range of supporters will gather to marvel at the wonders of nature – shaped by the talents of one artist.
Starting at 5 p.m., they will watch as the fading light of the sun plays over one of the few parks in the world completely sculpted by one person, a man in whose mind ancient spirits dance, foliage long forgotten comes to life, and the lights of nature and science illumi
A historical piece never exhibited in America will be installed at the Bridgeport Art Center as a part of the launch of Chicago Artist’s Month, with an opening from 5-9pm. This sculpture, a prototype work of blue and white rotating beacons, enLIGHT on Thames, was created by John David Mooney in 1992 for Watermans Art Centre located on the River Thames. This gallery piece was part of an extensive series of sculptures, land drawings, performance and light installations titled e
John David Mooney will be leading the panel session “Discovering the Artist’s Responsibility to Society” from 2-3:30pm in the Rubloff Auditorium. This forum for The International Sculpture Conference (October 4-6) will address the role of the artist as a visionary and an agent for change. By exploring ways to protect the environment, work with the urban fabric, engage nature, and use solar, wind, and water energy, the artist will take a leadership role in creating viable solu