realNEO Ambient 10: 2010-01-08; 02:30: Dancers in the snow, in the Garden, at night

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Fri, 01/08/2010 - 19:02.

Ambient film by Norm Roulet of sculpture "Dancers", by Richard Fleischman, in the Mildred Putnam Sculpture Garden, at Case Western Reserve University, at 2:30 AM, January 8, 2010, in a snowstorm.

The Mildred Putnam Sculpture Garden is located at East 118th Street and Euclid Avenue.

Title: realNEO Ambient 10: 2010-01-08;  02:30: Dancers in the snow, in the Garden, at night
Producer: Norm Roulet
Location: Putnam Sculpture Garden, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, realNEO
Date: 2010 - 01 - 08
Time: 2:30 am
Format: 1080i
Camera: Panasonic AG-HMC40P

Tags: ambient REALNEO "Norm Roulet" Dancers "Putnam Sculpture Garden" "Harvey Buchanan" "Public art" "University Circle Incorporated" "Richard Fleischman" snowstorm Cleveland Ohio Northeast

From a Press Release about the sculpture -

The sculpture garden features Dancers, a blue-painted steel sculpture over 30 feet tall by Cleveland architect Richard Fleischman.

The Mildred Putnam Sculpture Garden is the 47th work in the John and Mildred Putnam Sculpture Collection.

Fleischman was selected to design and construct this sculpture in the fall of 2005. The site was chosen for its importance as an Eastern gateway to the university. The renowned architect has received numerous awards for his designs throughout the world.

The sculptural quality of Fleischman's architectural work made him a natural choice for the commission, according to Buchanan, adding Fleischman enjoyed the opportunity to create a sculpture garden that will be enjoyed by the Case Western Reserve University community and the surrounding neighborhood.

The John and Mildred Putnam Sculpture Collection was founded in 1981 by Mildred Andrews Putnam who established a permanent endowment at Case Western Reserve University for the acquisition of sculpture. The purpose of the Putnam Sculpture Collection is to enrich the visual and educational environment of Case Western Reserve University and University Circle by promoting awareness and understanding of the variety and vitality of the work of regional artists.