Eye Spy: Adventures in Art

Eye Spy, an interactive exhibition for children and families, features important objects from the Museum's collections displayed in architectural settings that relate to the time and place they were made. The center features four areas where, through a variety of games, puzzles, computer stations, and "make and take" art projects, visitors take a behind-the-scenes look at museums, learn about the carvings of Elijah Pierce, and the life and art of George Bellows.

 Ongoing display: 
Columbus Museum of Art
480 East Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 221-6801

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Web site:  http://www.columbusmuseum.org/


Display at Martin Luther King Branch Library Martin Luther King Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library has two bas-relief carvings by Elijah Pierce.  Pierce himself donated the carving titled Martin Luther King, Jr. (n.d.).   The Friends of the Library group from the King branch donated the other which is titled The All Seeing Eye (1978).  These carvings may be viewed any time the library is open.

Martin Luther King Branch
Columbus Metropolitan Library
1600 E. Long St.
Columbus, OH  43203
(614)  645-2275

For hours and general information, visit the Martin Luther King Branch web site.