The Ogle Center has a permanent collection of several major works of art. These pieces can be found located throughout the Center.

The Ogle Center is also home to the historic Wonderland Way Art Collection. To learn more, please visit the Wonderland Way Collection web site.

RB#6, SIV/WAF By Donna Stallard

RB#6, SIV/WAF By Donna StallardThis Print Construction was commissioned to honor Leon and Marian Rand for their ten years of service to the University. This colorful, three-dimensional wall hanging was created by Donna Stallard of Irving, Texas, a 1988 graduate of IU Southeast.

The Girl I Knew By Paul Fields

The Girl I Knew By Paul FieldsThis sculpture appears as a slender feminine shape with an arch toward the bottom resembling a long flowing gown. Made of Baltic birch wood from Russia, it was given by Pat and Pam Kelley and Mike Kelley to the memory of Mike's wife Patricia Lynn Kelley.

Hope's Harbor By Paul Fields

Hope's Harbor By Paul FieldsThis monolithic stone sculpture consists of two large limestone figures which play against each other at the main entrance to the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center. Commissioned by New Albany resident Ruth Braeutigam, it is the basis for the Ogle Center logo.

The Dreamer By Barney Bright

The Dreamer By Barney Bright This female nude bronze in recline was given to the University by Mr. and Mrs. George N. Lane. It is one of two pieces owned by the University of the nationally recognized Louisville sculptor.