Dale Enochs' "Time Flow" at the Indiana Statehouse

Monumental sculptures by Dale Enochs are once again getting richly deserved recognition.  Primarily working in Indiana Limestone and various metals, Enoch’s work “Time Flow” was selected as the work to signify the 200th birthday of the State of Indiana.  It stands on the grounds of the Indiana Statehouse.  Enochs was also selected by the Indiana State Museum as one of the 200 most important artists in the State’s two hundred year history.  His work, Indiana Totem, was exhibited during the museum’s bicentennial exhibition and has since been acquired by the ISM for its permanent collection.   For a view of other works and the artist’s full bio, please see www.daleenochs.com.  Long-Sharp Gallery is honored to represent Dale.