Philadelphia Civic Center. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Now at Woodmere Art Museum. Tubular bronze fountain, 14 by 16 feet. Consultant: E D Stone. Architect: Davis, Pool & Sloan Associates.

Please note: All sculptures listed below are currently in situ (as of 2017).


  • Palm Springs: 37977 Bob Hope Dr., Rancho Mirage. Annenberg Resort Sunnylands. “Peacock” kinetic sunburst flower, just under 6 feet tall. 1967
  • San Marino: 1151 Oxford Rd. Huntington Library, Art-Botanical Gardens. 19 foot sonambient tonal. 1970s



  • Denver: 1201 Bannock Street. Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, opening March 10, 2018! Large bush, several small sculptures. 1970s



  • New Haven: 15 Prospect St. Yale University, Becton Center, lobby of the Davies Auditorium. Brass coated screen. 1958



  • Chicago: 200 E Randolph St. Aon Center. 6 tall sonambient tonals in the courtyard. 1974
  • Chicago: 22 W Washington St. Morningstar Corporation. Hanging half dandelion in stainless steel originally installed at Cuyahoga Savings Association in Cleveland, Ohio. 1965



  • Wichita: 410 W Douglas. A Price Woodard Park. “Interrupted Flight” standing bird-like tubular welded bronze, 14 by 14 feet. 1974



  • Cambridge: MIT Bldng W15, 77 Massachusetts Ave. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chapel. Floating screen. 1955



  • Baltimore: 2801 Saint Lo Dr. Lake Clifton High School. Welded bronze tubing, patinated fountain. 1971



  • Detroit: 30001 Van Dyke, Warren. General Motors Technical Center. Screen panel. 1953
  • Flint: 3425 W Bristol Rd. Bishop Airport. Tower. 1970
  • Flint: 1241 E Kearsley St. Whiting Auditorium. “Golden Sun” 7 foot dandelion with 675 individual gold-plated stainless steel rods. 1967



  • Minneapolis: 411 Cedar St., Edina. Southdale Shopping Center, central courtyard. Two bronze-coated steel “trees” 48 feet tall. 1956
  • Minneapolis: 20 Washington Ave S. ING Reliastar building. “Sunlit Straw,” originally commissioned by Northwestern National Life Insurance Company. 1964



  • BozemanHome of the Harry Bertoia Foundation, private appointments only.



  • Grand Island: 211 N Washington St. Edith Abbott Memorial Library. Stainless steel willow. 1974
  • Omaha: 215 S 15th St. Milton Abrahams Branch Omaha Library. Gold plated “Sunburst,” 18 by 11 feet, originally installed at the Perpetual Savings and Loan Association of Los Angeles, California. 1963

New Jersey

  • Princeton: Elm Drive, Princeton University campus. Princeton University Art Museum. Bronze globe. 1964
  • Trenton: 205 W State St. New Jersey State Museum. 30 foot double-rod sonambient tonal outside. 1970s

New York

  • Albright Knox Art Gallery, 1285 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY, two sculptural screens, 1961
  • Huntingdon Beard Crouse Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, hanging wires, 1961
  • Manufacturer’s Trust, 1 M & T Plaza, Buffalo, NY, copper tubing sculpture, 1968
  • Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester,  NY, Golisano Bldng – spill cast planters, dandelion in storage, wall screen in James Booth Bldng
  • The North Face, 510 5th Ave, New York, NY, 70’ screen panel of rectangular shapes, 1954



  • Fine Arts Center Sculpture Garden, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 10′ tonal with cattails, 1972
  • Cincinnati Public Library, 800 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH, tall tree tower, 1954
  • Glenville Public Library, 11900 St Clair Ave, Cleveland, OH, 5’ tonal, 1979
  • Music Speech Theatre, Guzzetta Hall, University of Akron, Akron, OH, several tonal sculptures, 1975
  • St John’s Unitarian Church, 320 Resor Ave, Cincinnati, OH, wall hung altarpiece, 1961
  • Washington-Centerville Library, 6060 Far Hills Ave, Centerville, OH, screen wall on building designed by Bertoia but built by local artisans for solar manipulation



  • Main Street Mall, Main St, Tulsa, OK, tree fountain, 1957



  • Reading Area Community College, 10 S 2nd St, Reading, PA, copper tubing fountain “Tulip”, 1974
  • ReDevelopment Program, 625 Penn St, Reading, PA, spill cast and broad bush, 1960s
  • Swarthmore College, 500 College Ave, Swarthmore, PA, bronze spill-cast sculpture “Urn”
  • Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA, bronze and copper fountain “Free Interpretation of Plant Forms” and brass tonal sculpture and ink on rice paper monotype



  • Dallas Public Library, 1515 Young St, Dallas, TX, screen panel, 1955



  • Washington DC: 45020 Aviation Dr, Sterling. Dulles International Airport. 9 spill cast panels. 1963
  • Richmond: 701 E Byrd. Federal Reserve Building. Two tonals. 1978


Washington D.C.

  • Smithsonian American Art Museum, 8th St NW & F St NW, Washington D.C., hanging sunbursts, 1959


West Virginia

  • Marshall University Student Center, Huntington, WV, copper tubing fountain sculpture, 1972



  • Sentry Insurance, 1800 North Point Dr, Stevens Point, tonal panel, 1977

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