Art on Campus
James Hubbell Sculpture
Our sculpture by renowned artist James Hubbell is located in the center of the Memorial Walkway. It has been restored and mounted on an obelisk designed by Jerry Thiebolt. Hubbell’s work is titled “Remembrance.”
Memorial Wall Murals
Our Memorial Wall walkway features murals by ceramic artist Jerry Thiebolt representing Native American culture and themes of love and remembrance. The murals are AGAVE, BIRD, LOTUS, and CHALICE AND SUN. A fifth mural, TREE OF LIFE, will be installed. Memorial Walkway
Core Area Walls
In 1966 member Ira Spector designed the 40-foot long sand-cast wall defining the rear of the Fellowship’s core area and built it with the help of many dedicated volunteers. The wall features UU values of truth, reason, justice, love, peace, honor, and virtue.
A large bronze flame above the fireplace in Founders’ Hall represents the UU symbol of the flaming chalice and, framed with massive bronze doors, forms a focused backdrop for worship, music, and gatherings.
Members Livia Walsh and Irv Himelblau donated this plea for peace in many languages.