Sculpture Collection

The Haan Museum's sculpture collection is a testament to the grandeur of fine art, showcasing masterpieces that have captivated audiences for over a century.

Exquisite Masterpieces
Central to the collection is the magnificent seven-foot Weller Aurelian Vase by the renowned Frank Farell. This extraordinary piece, deemed the largest in the world at the 1904 World's Fair, won the prestigious Gold Medal for the Arts, epitomising exceptional craftsmanship and artistic excellence.

Contemporary Marvels
The collection also embraces contemporary excellence with Harold ‘Tuck’ Langland’s sculptures, Dance of Awakening Day, and Venus Rising, which graces the museum’s sculpture garden. These pieces enchant visitors with their dynamic forms and timeless elegance.

Diverse Influences and Techniques
This rich tapestry of styles and techniques spans from timeless classics to avant-garde creations. Greg Mendez’s Effortlessly Buoyant is a striking steel piece, uniquely finished to mimic rusted metal, offering a modern industrial aesthetic. Peter Rujuwa’s masterpieces, Elephants and The Guitarist, carved from verdite and serpentine stone, beautifully embody the essence of Shona art from Zimbabwe. The mixed media sculpture Grace, by Lorie Amick and LaDonna Vohar, adds a sophisticated contemporary touch to the collection.

Harmonious Integration
Displayed alongside the museum's celebrated Indiana paintings and American furniture, the sculptural works create a seamless blend of visual arts that enriches the visitor experience. This integration underscores the Haan Museum's dedication to showcasing the full spectrum of artistic expression, making it a premier destination for art connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.