|PETER W. MICHEL, Sculptor ● Sculpture in Celebration of Self, Relationship and Community|
|THE OAKTON SCULPTURE PARK at the Des Plaines campus of Oakton Community College just north of Chicago's OHare airport is the new home for "Standing Tall - A Community Totem." " Standing Tall ..." joins the work of Ben Woitena and Fisher Stolz from Pierwalk 2000 as additions to the delightful sculpture park on the Des Plaines Campus.|
"Standing Tall - A Community Totem"
at the Oakton Sculpture Park, sited by the
Early Childhood Development and Education
Photos above and immediate left
courtesy of Nathan Harpaz,
Oakton Community College.
|"Standing Tall - A Community Totem" © 2000 by Peter W. Michel|
|For photos of other sculptures at the Oakton Sculpture Park click here .|
during "Pier Walk 2000 "
"In a world in which we often find ourselves isolated and estranged from one another, my work suggests and celebrates the possibility of relationship and community where love, support, playfulness and individual self expression can flourish." -Peter W. Michel
On November 6th and 7th, 2000 "Standing Tall - A Community Totem" was moved to The Oakton Sculpture Park in Des Plaines, Illinois.
© 1992/2008 by Peter W. Michel Posted 11-11-2000 updated 2-07-09
|Peter W. Michel, sculptor ● 185 Brookside Lane ● Fayetteville, NY 13066 ● 315-632-4780 ● email@example.com|