BRIDGES OF FAITH, HOPE AND CHARITY, stainless steel and bronze, 32’ x 20’

The sculpture is a large, freestanding, environmental sculpture which is created to capture a sense of spiritual hope and glory. The sculpture composition is environmental, and captures a place for patients and the public to gather for peace, calm and healing. The sculpture rests on two concrete bases, one where there is a possibility for a water fountain and flower landscaping.

Garry Bibbs Lexington, KY

Professional Vita

Associate professor of art, head of sculpture department and director of art studio graduate studies, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1990-present
Director/coordinator, Black on Black Love/Art Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois, 1989-1990
Visiting art instructor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, 1989
Assistant and welder, Richard Hunt Art and Sculptural Services, Chicago, Illinois, 1987-1990

Selected Public Installations

LIFE FAMILY & GOOD HEALTH, Kentucky Clinic, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1992
FIRE FIGHTER’S FLAME MEMORIAL, Louisville Fire Department Headquarters, Kentucky, 1995
GLORY, The Miller Center, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1999
LINKING THE PAST TO THE FUTURE, LBX-Link-Belt, LLC, Lexington, Kentucky
MOVE OVER, Ariel Capital Management, Chicago, Illinois

Selected Collections

The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Southern Illinois University Art Museum, Edwardsville, Illinois
ATT Corporation, New York, New York
Transportation Cabinet, State Building, Commonwealth of Kentucky, Frankfort
Black Cultural Center, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana


School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, 1986-1987
MFA, University of Kentucky, Lexington, 1985
BS, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, 1983

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09/30/2005 Design by Jason Hayden and Gary A. Adams

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