IU Restores Adam and Eve Sculpture After Storm Damage

The Adam and Eve sculpture was damaged in the storms that ripped through Bloomington last year.

Adam and Eve Statue

Photo: Kyle Clayton/WFIU-WTIU News

The Adam and Eve Statue was recently restored to the IU Bloomington campus.

The sculpture of Adam and Eve is back in Dunn Wood’s after it was damaged in a wind storm last year.

A tree fell on Adam and damaged his head and arm. Indiana University hired people to add new bronze to the sculpture and both Adam and Eve were re-tarnished so they would match.

The sculpture is officially called ‘The Space Between: Adam and Eve’.  Jean Paul Darriau created it during the late 1960s.

Kyle Clayton

Kyle Clayton is a WFIU news producer. He is currently studying journalism at Indiana University and comes to WFIU following an internship in the fall of 2011. After serving in the U.S. Army, he returned home to Indiana in 2008 to begin his education and pursue his interests in writing.

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