This life-sized bronze of a dog taking a well deserved rest after a long day of caring for her family is in the collection of Mr. John Lasseter, Chief Creative Officer at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Alison Jo Jenkins, a graduate of Aims Community College’s emergency medical services department, is memorialized along with another EMS student in this life-sized bronze sculpture. In this tribute to the Compassion and dedication shown by emergency medical staff and students, the two Aims CC students are seated, studying on a bench. The female student bears the likeness of Alison who died in 2007.
The male student is wearing an Aims EMS jacket with the EMS symbol proudly displayed on the back. Additional books and a stethoscope are behind the students on the stone bench.
The 1-1/4 life size bronze depicts Sister Mary Balbina Farrell who was responsible for raising money and overseeing the building of St. Mary’s hospital. In the sculpture, the young nun, dressed in a 1890’s era habit, sketches her design for the first hospital and gestures north to the location where St. Mary’s Hospital now stands at 7th Street and Patterson Road. With eyes of faith, she is sharing her vision of the future with a child who will be cared for, together with future generations, at the hospital. The 10 bed hospital opened in 1896.
The Warren County War Memorial is a 1-1/2 life-size figurative bronze sculpture featuring the likeness of a local man, Captain Bobby Dunlap, who was a Medal of Honor winner, as well as other locally significant details and period military equipment. The camouflaged bronze is a tribute to the area’s veterans and their families.
“Under Control” is about the camaraderie shared and the exhaustion experienced after fighting a tough fire, breathing canned air, feeling your way around a smoke filled building, and dragging hose lines or other tools of the trade.
This piece depicts two firefighters at rest after successfully getting a fire Under Control. One of the firefighters is standing, wearing a helmet and jacket open at the front.
The second man is sitting on the ground with his jacket and helmet next to him, with one arm on a knee and the other on his neck.
Having been a career firefighter, I experience empathy for the work and talents of professional firefighters.
Seekers of Knowledge is a life-size piece depicting two students studying on a bench.
The students in the sculpture represent the diversity of the school population.
Included in the piece is iconography specific to the University
The campus landmark serves to remind the University of its mission to educate students and prepare them for careers.
As this young girl blossoms into a woman, this “Mountain Rose” enjoys the nature around her as the wind gently tugs at her skirt.
Shown above in the table-top size.