A fitting setting for a great work of art

Born in Philadelphia in 1898, Alexander Calder created elegant, playful kinetic sculptures. His work, “Back from Rio” (1959), donated by Ruth Cross to the college in 1967 and located in in the Science Center quad, is one such example. The basis of

Artist Spotlight: Sculptor Lisa Patusky

When you walk past the List Gallery these days, you might be drawn to the muscularly shaped, flowing sculptures inside. These sculptures are part of the senior thesis of Lisa Patusky ’14, a senior from Ohio who is majoring in studio art

Sculpting Style: Stephanie Carrera ’15

Recently, I sat down with Stephanie Carrera ’15 to talk about her artwork.  An honors biology major with an honors minor in studio art, Stephanie recalled that she has always been a creative person, but also says that Swarthmore has allowed her