Public Artwork

Pedestals and Public Art

A public artwork commissioned by a Cleveland arts group to reflect the effects of wind coming off Lake Erie has found a new home in Founders Plaza on the North Campus. For the gentle wind doth move Silently, invisibly, by internationally known artist Brian Tolle, features classical pedestals and urns that are askew from the effects of the wind. The installation is on a two-year loan and came to campus via the intervention of Wayne Blank, BA ’66, a noted California gallery owner and a member of the UB College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council.