Sculptor/Creator – David E. Davis (1920-2002)
David E. Davis (1920-2002) created the iconic sculpture “Walking Together” in 1972. It is situated near the entrance to the School of Art Building. Constructed of four upright cedar beams set at angles, a chain spans two horizontal beams. Mr. Davis and his family were Jewish immigrants to Cleveland from Rumania. He graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Art and was an internationally recognized sculptor. His works were commissioned and displayed in many national and international museums and sites. Among his many awards was the Cleveland Arts Prize in 1980.