ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors

Main Library | Bernheim Gallery | August 17 - October 8, 2019

ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors

ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors is a collective of female sculptors founded in 1998, whose goal is to encourage, educate, and mentor women artists, students, and each other. The group is named for Louisville-born and nationally-renowned sculptor Enid Yandell (1869-1934), known locally for the statue of Pan on Hogan’s Fountain and the Daniel Boone statue.

This exhibit includes modern three- dimensional works created by current ENID members including: Leticia Bajuyo, Gayle Cerlan, Caren Cunningham, Linda Erzinger, Ewing Fahey, Sarah Frederick, Mary Dennis Kannapel, Paula Keppie, Ann Klem, Bette Levy, Shawn Marshall, Jacque Parsley, Emily S. Schuhmann, Gloria Haury Wachtel, Melinda Waters, and Dawn Yates.

This exhibit is part of Enid Yandell: A Life of Art and Activism

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Last Updated: 8/19/19