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Doe Knows Baseball

 Anon.
Finished in 2001

by: Jim Harvey
Medium: Chrome
Dimensions: 6' H
Owner: City of Omaha
Part of the J. Doe Project

Location

Downtown
Located at Omaha’s Rosenblatt Stadium plaza entrance, 13th Street and Burt Murphy Drive. Note: The sculpture will be relocated when Rosenblatt Stadium is closed at the end of the 2010 season.
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Description

Baseball player based on the J. Doe figure

Additional Information

“Doe Knows Baseball” was one of 105 sculptures completed for temporary display in the community. The J. Doe Art Project began by banding together a collection of artists and expanded to a citywide celebration of art for the people. The six-foot tall, fiberglass sculptures were designed and decorated by local artists. “Doe Knows Baseball” was purchased at the auction and donated to the City of Omaha by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Thompsen.

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Heart and Soul (J. Doe Project), 2001

by Trudy Swanson

 

Medium: Mixed Media

Location: West; One Pacific Place, 104th and Pacific

Owner: One Pacific Place

Series: J. Doe Project

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Waiting (J. Doe Project), 2002

by Yanna Ramaeker

 

Medium: Fiberglass, Paint

Location: Mid-Town; 3131 South 72nd Street, on the west side of the building

Owner: Ronald J. Palagi

Series: J. Doe Project

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