Saturday, July 24, 2004

By the numbers

The Hamilton Gateway
by Andrea Myklebust and Stanton G. Sears

Victory, The Jewel of the Soul (aka Billy Yank)
Victory, The Jewel of the Soul (aka Billy Yank)
by Rudolph F. Theim
15 – Sculptures have been installed since Hamilton became Ohio’s City of Sculpture in August 2000.

22 – “Everyday people” sculptures by Seward Johnson Jr. are currently on view in downtown Hamilton, including two permanently installed at Fitton Center for Creative Arts.

50 – Sculptures are installed on Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park’s 265 acres.

66 – Feet makes “The Hamilton Gateway,” the city’s tallest sculpture.

70 – Number of “found objects” in City of Sculpture artist-in-residence Dennis Baker’s 20-foot abstract stainless steel “Star Formation.”

496 – People, seven schools and 18 organizations contributed to “American Cape,” the Alexander Hamilton statue that will be erected in August.

4,000 – Pounds of ice that were sculpted for IceFest in 2004.

City of sculpture
Artist in residence: Dennis C. Baker
By the numbers
Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park
Map of sculptures

Think cool
Scoop on headaches: Eat slowly
The Pointer Sisters join Cincinnati Pops

Saab, Subaru form compact
Forget car: Pedal power his fave

Ponds on parade