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A Panoramic Rendering of the Journey of Discovery

Photo Credits:  Joan Ballion
Photo Credits:  carterlake.org © 2010
Finished in 2004

by: John Thein; John Mossman
Medium: Ceramic
Dimensions: 12' to 14' H
Owner: City of Omaha

Location

Downtown
Miller’s Landing 151 Freedom Park Road
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Description

Icon

Additional Information

“A Panoramic Rendering of the Journey of Discovery is a six-piece Icon sculpture—one of nine Icons located in Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River. The sculptures feature artistic interpretations of the Corps of Discovery Expedition to explain the River’s story and existing culture of this area. The Icon sculpture is easily visible to visitors on the trail. The Icon form is concrete with a space designated for artist embellishment.

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The First Council Icon (Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project), 2004

by Liz Langdon

 

Medium: Ceramic, Stone

Location: North of I-680; N. P. Dodge Park, 11005 J. J. Pershing Drive Located about 200 feet inside the main entrance to NP Dodge Park on the right

Owner: City of Omaha

Series: Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project

Additional Information: “The First Council” is one of nine Lewis & Clark Icon Sculptures located in Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River. The sculptures feature artistic interpretations of the Corps of Discovery Expedition to explain the River’s story and existing culture of this area.


Visionary Launch Into the Horizontal World (Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project), 2004

by Susan Knight

 

Medium: Ceramic, Stainless Steel

Location: Downtown; 300 Riverfront Drive

Owner: City of Omaha

Series: Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project

Additional Information: “Visionary Launch into the Horizontal World” is one of nine Lewis & Clark Icon Sculptures located in Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River. The sculptures feature artistic interpretations of the Corps of Discovery Expedition to explain the River’s story and existing culture of this area.


York (Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project), 2004

by Littleton Alston

 

Medium: Bronze, Stone

Location: Downtown; Near the "Airport, Waiting Turnout" located on the west side of Carter Lake. Exactly west off the "ON Airport Economy Parking" sign

Owner: City of Omaha

Series: Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project

Additional Information: “York” is one of nine Lewis & Clark Icon Sculptures located in Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River. The sculptures feature artistic interpretations of the Corps of Discovery Expedition to explain the River’s story and existing culture of this area. This exhibit theme is “The Struggle for Survival” and “They Call Me York” His name was York: The story of Clark’s slave York, his experiences with expedition member, encounters with the Indians and history after the expedition. Artwork will be replicated in bronze and re-installed May 2010