Steve Anderson

Rockford sculptor’s art to grace new outlet mall

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

By BETH ALTENA Fans of Rockford sculptor Steve Anderson may not know him by face or in person, but people visiting Rockford can hardly not see the results of his work. Perhaps most visible are the fish at the Rockford dam. Large, abstract, gleaming and clean of line, they undoubtably add to the charm of our riverfront setting. Likewise, the Rockford ram at North Rockford [...]

The “Old Rugged Cross” with a new slant

April 21, 2011 // 0 Comments

Just in time for Holy Week for one West Michigan church by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL A JOB WELL DONE—with beaming faces (l–r) Cornerstone Head Lay Leader Ken Watkins, sculptor Steve Anderson, and Kent Companies COO and church member Dave Turner stand before the completed Cornerstone Cross installation. In 2009 the church family of Cornerstone United Methodist Church of [...]

City plaque honors ‘Water Dance’ sculptor

February 24, 2011 // 0 Comments

by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL Recently the City of Rockford installed a plaque recognizing Steve Anderson of Anderson’s Metal Sculpture. Squire readers will recall last May’s installation of the beautiful stainless steel “Water Dance” sculpture on the face of the Rockford Dam. photo by CLIFF HILL Located above the three-fish sculpture, the plaque honors the sculptor for [...]

Letters to the Editor – December 10, 2009

December 10, 2009 // 0 Comments

Pool used by many for health Dear Editor, We have heard a rumor that the swimming pool housed at the Rockford Middle School is to be closed due to lack of funds. It is my understanding that this is a “community” pool, for which 1 mil was voted in by the public for maintenance of this pool. For health reasons a lot of us go twice a week or more fo water aerobics. We [...]