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The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum, on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University, houses an extraordinary collection of more than 200 works that span the career of Marshall M. Fredericks (1908-1998). He is known in America and abroad for his monumental figurative sculpture, inspiring public memorials, exuberant fountains, insightful portraits, and whimsical sculptures of animals.
The musuem houses over 200 works (plaster original models, bronze sculpture, sketches and drawings) that span the career of Marshall M. Fredericks.
Monday - Saturday: 12:00 pm to
Closed National and University Holidays.
Free to the public. Groups of 12 or more by appt. only, fees may apply.
From Interstate 75 exit
160, turn left onto M-84 (Bay Road), turn left onto College
Drive West (main entrance to Saginaw Valley State University),
turn right onto Fine Arts Drive. The museum is housed in the
Arbury Fine Arts Center.
View of the gallery.
and sculpture garden.
Marshall M. Fredericks.