Sculpture House

Opened in September of 2022, the Sculpture House is a gallery dedicated to the creation and exhibition of 3D and experimental art.  Exhibitions rotate on a quarterly basis. The space also functions as a residency for working artists to utilize as a studio and exhibition space. Artists Barbara Sorensen, Brooks Dierdorff, and Shannon Rae Lindsey have each worked in the house as artists-in-residence since the Sculpture House's inception. 

The house is a renovated ranch style, mid-century home, adorned with a colorful mural designed by artist Claire Lavin and installed with the help of local seniors, artists, employees of the city, and the Florida Sculptors Guild (FSG). 

Illuminated in the carport is the work artist Marla E. Six painted plexiglass panels are backlit and glow bright in the night, drawing people close to see the warm beauty. 

Currently on Display

Eugene Ofori Agyei

solo exhibition

Reception: Saturday, February 18, 2023

On View: January 17 – March 24

Monday-Friday, 9-4p.m.

Eugene Ofori Agyei (1993) is a ceramic sculptor, fiber and installation artist and an educator originally from Ghana living in Gainesville, Florida. He graduated from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana with a BA in Industrial Art, majoring in Ceramics in 2018. Prior to his MFA at the University of Florida, he was assigned as teaching and research assistant in the same school where he received his BA for one year. Eugene is the 2020/2021 recipient of the University of Florida Grinter Fellowship award and 2022 Artaxis Fellowship award. In April 2022, the Morean Arts Center named Agyei as one of its Fresh Squeezed 6: Emerging Artists in Florida.  He won the Pathways 2022: Carlos Malamud Prize at University of Central Florida Gallery and Rollins Museum of Art which comes with a $10,000 prize and a solo exhibition in summer 2023. He has another upcoming solo exhibition at Art Center Sarasota (FL) in the Spring of 2023.