Creative series to feature local architect

The fifth demonstration in a new University arts series, Exploring the Creative Process, will feature a discussion on architecture and sculpture by Bob Leverich.

The talk will be held at 8 p.m., Wednesday, February 26, in Spurrier Gym Dance Studio. Admission is free and open to the community.

Leverich holds master's degrees in both architecture and fine arts. He works for Bero Associates Architects and teaches architectural design at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Leverich's sculpting work is exhibited in New York, the Midwest, and the Southeast, and he is represented by the Oxford Gallery in Rochester.

"In a world increasingly given over to abstractions, I think that it's a privilege to be a maker of things," he says. "I draw images most often from nature and the human body, tools, and objects which fit the hand or the body and are intended for touch and for use."

Leverich is a native of the LaCrosse River Valley of western Wisconsin, where his relatives are farmers.

For more information, call 586-3731.

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