Community Arts Council
Brick Wall Sculpture
Arts on Broadway
Downtown Sugarcreek, Ohio

The Facts

Every project has a story - one that is as unique and dynamic as it is and the story of the Sugarcreek Brick Wall Sculpture is one to be shared.

The story of this particular wall begins with an active, engaged Community Arts Council, a vision, a dream and a carver that is able to gather, sort and create with hand tools great works in clay. 

The story started in 2003.

For over a year, the Community Arts Council based in Sugarcreek, solicited ideas and raised funds to make the dream of a wall of sculptures depicting not only the history of Sugarcreek but the communities that make up the Garaway School District - including Baltic, Dundee and Ragersville.

Making this project into a reality is the goal of this group. That goal was accomplished with the dedication ceremony held August 13 in downtown Sugarcreek. 

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Sherry Crilow, the sculptor, began carving January 9, 2012.  It took her approximately 2-3 weeks to do each panel. 

Johnny Mullet of Cherry Ridge Masons started laying the bricks in spring 2013 and completed their part of the project in just a few short weeks.

There are 13 panels, seven that are 5’x8’ and six that are 5’x7’. 

The group are a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization with the Federal government.

The Brick Wall Sculpture will be a lasting tribute to the communities of Baltic, Dundee, Ragersville, Shanesville and Sugarcreek and will be the perfect compliment to the World's Largest Cuckoo Clock also located in downtown Sugarcreek.