Collection on Loan
Collection on Tour
Explorations in Wood: Selections from The Center for Art in Wood
The Center for Art in Wood is pleased to offer a traveling exhibition to museums and venues throughout the country entitled Explorations in Wood: Selections from The Center for Art in Wood. Curated by Andy McGivern, Curator of Exhibitions, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.The exhibition opened on December 2, 2018 at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin and will travel to four other venues, ending its tour on November 8, 2020.For the artwork and the touring venues, click here.
This touring exhibition of select items from the Center’s permanent collection is generously supported by a grant from the Henry J. Luce Foundation.
Collection Loan to the Michener Art Museum
Relic, Stephan Goetschius (2008)
Stratum Pot, David Ellsworth(1997)
For their ongoing exhibition, Intelligent Design. For more information about this exhibition, please visit the Michener Art Museum website.
Collection Loan to Penn Medicine
Her Fingers Move Like Water, Daniel Ostrov (2012 ITE)
Collection Loan to Germantown Friends School
Collection Loan to Historic St. George’s Methodist Church
Ram, Daniel Forest Hoffman (2011 ITE)
Sculptured Stand with Egg, Manesa-Burloiu & Nicolae Purcarco (1997)
Wood Bullets,Mark Salwasser (1996)
Plate, Michael Korhun (1992)
Renewable loan January 25, 2019 – January 24, 2024
Collection Loan to Bucks County Community College Library
Mark Sfirri and Robert Dodge
Lacewood, purpleheart, plywood, acrylic paint, gold leaf
Mark Sfirri and Amy Forsyth
“Figurati…” (go figure yourself), 2002
Walnut, milk paint, pau amarillo, macassar ebony, purpleheart, tulip wood, king wood, chatke kok, mahogany, maple, plywood, paper, leather, chipboard, ink, colored pencil.
Joanne Shima, Child’s Chair, 1987, Maple, birch, medium-density fiberboard, lacquer
Mark Sfirri, Bugs and Thugs, 1987, Poplar wood, acrylic & gold leaf, paint & gold leaf by Robert Dodge
April 23, 2019 – December 31, 2020 (renewable)
Collection Loan to Center for Furniture Craftmanship
Somerset Sidechair, Tom Kealy, (1987)
October 20, 2019 – December 31, 2020