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Ear Full , 1999

by Albert Rhea

 

Mediums: Stainless Steel

Location: West; Linden Market 132nd and Dodge

Owner: Lozier Company

Additional Information: Part of a series of 19 Stainless Steel figures by the artist.


Nebraska Grilles , 1999

by Stephen Robin

 

Mediums: Bronze

Location: Downtown; 111 S. 18th Plaza

Owner: Hruska U.S. Courthouse


Reading Garden , 1999

by Catherine Ferguson

 

Mediums: Bronze, Wood

Location: West; Millard Branch Public Library 13214 Westwood Lane

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: Representative of the earthen effigy mounds left by prehistoric people along the Mississippi River in Iowa before 1300 A.D. Look carefully to pick out 15 shapes of animals that the mounds symbolized. “Reading Garden” was the winner of a 1997 competition sponsored by the Omaha Public Library Board of Trustees and the City of Omaha Public Arts Commission. The outdoor sculpture is designed for story times and musical performances


Respect One Another , 1999

by Chad Grimm; Kevin Strehle

 

Mediums: Metal

Location: Mid-Town; Roberts Park north of 78th & Cass.

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: The City of Omaha's first skate park was opened October 25, 1999 at Roberts Park. The two silhouettes of skate boarders watch over the park entrance. They are dedicated to the memory of Mathew Kress and Tommy Craft who campaigned for a place where skateboarders would be welcome. The plaque reads: "RESPECT ONE ANOTHER In Memory of Mathew Kress and Tommy Craft".


The Road to Omaha , 1999

by John Lajba

 

Mediums: Bronze

Location: Downtown; TD Ameritrade Stadium 1200 Mike Fahey Street

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: The Road to Omaha sculpture, standing in front of Rosenblatt, was a gift to the City of Omaha and Series fans from College World Series of Omaha, Inc., the local organizing committee. The "Road to Omaha" sculpted in 1999 by Omaha artist John Lajba, serves as a permanent testimonial to the enduring sports tradition. The sculpture is a rallying point for fans and teams alike.


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