Art extends beyond the classroom, beyond the paintbrush, outside of a designer’s computer and is integrated into our daily lives.

At the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Percent for Art Program installations, a program that ran from 1980 to 2011, continue to add beauty to campus and draw attention to artists right here in Wisconsin.



Located near the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, Flow is made from slate and is sculpted to represent boat hulls with haikus engraved on the steel benches. Artist Janet Lofquist.




At the north-south and east-west center within the Reeve Union dining commons is the Heart/h fireplace installation. Artist Peter Flanary.





Swart Hall and the Ceramics Lab are both home to stained glass windows made from hand-blown and domestic, machine-rolled glass. Artist Clark Waterman.



The Wave

Located on the west side of Albee Hall, The Wave is an aluminum wall sculpture that features an aquatic design. Artist William Wilkie.





Arranged in order of their abundance on Earth are the symbols for 109 elements in the stainless steel sculpture Spark. Artist Marc Moulton.









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