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Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum

The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum features a unique collection of more than two thousand works that span the 70-year career of Detroit-based public sculptor Marshall M. Fredericks (1908-1998).  He is known nationally and internationally for his impressive monumental figurative sculpture, public memorials, fountains, portraits, and medals.  The Museum includes:
• Main Exhibit Gallery displays an extraordinary collection of more than 200 works that span Fredericks’ career. Plaster models used to cast the sculptor’s work in bronze constitute the bulk of the collection.
• Sculptor’s Studio is a permanent installation of Fredericks’s tools, equipment and armatures that explain the complicated and fascinating casting process.
• Marshall Fredericks Archives house the business and personal records of Fredericks, providing an exceptional resource for scholars and researchers.
• Temporary exhibition galleries make possible the display and interpretation of the work of artists from around the world, a significant resource for the University and Great Lakes Bay Region.
• Jo Anne and Donald Petersen Sculpture Garden includes 20 bronze casts of Marshall Fredericks’s work.