New public art enlivens Ohio Wesleyan campus

Gears and Wrenches Bike Rack, created by Jonathan Quick (seen in the photo installing the piece), part-time associate professor of fine arts, is the first piece of art supported by a new endowment to place public art across the OWU campus. Lorry Haycock Luikart ’73 and her husband, Jack Luikart ’71, created The Ebb and Teena Haycock Public Art Endowment to honor the memory of Lorry’s parents. Her father was a longtime art professor, and her mother worked in OWU’s Department of Speech and Theatre. Lorry says, “As more public art emerges on campus, the environment will be enriched, igniting imagination and encouraging thought and discourse.”

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