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A Panoramic Rendering of the Journey of Discovery , 2004

by John Thein; John Mossman

 

Mediums: Ceramic

Location: Downtown; Miller’s Landing 151 Freedom Park Road

Owner: City of Omaha

Series: Lewis & Clark Icon Sculpture Project

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.


Boing or Ribbons , 2009

by Diane Mattern

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Metal

Location: West; Catlin Elementary School 12736 Marinda Street located in the school garden

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


Castle of Perserverance , 1993

by Andrew Leicester

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Brick

Location: University of Nebraska at Omaha; University of Omaha - 6001 Dodge St. Located near the North Door of the Weber Fine Arts Building

Owner: University of Nebraska at Omaha


Conestoga School , 1992

by John Himmelfarb

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Acrylic

Location: Downtown; Conestoga School 2115 Burdette St. on the North face of the school building directly to the east of the entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


Dangos , 2004

by Jun Kaneko

 

Mediums: Ceramic

Location: Hilton | Qwest Center; Parking lot Hilton Omaha 10th and Cass

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: Kaneko, a native of Japan, has employed abstraction to represent the inherent chaos that balances the natural world. Within the interplay of clay and form, surface and pattern, shapes emerge through Western and Eastern aesthetics to create visible harmony.


Dangos

by Jun Kaneko

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Stone

Location: Mid-Town; Located on the Kaneko designed plaza between the College of Pharmacy and the Sorrel Center for Health Science Education Building at UNMC. 1/2 block north of 42nd and Emile streets on the NE of the intersection.

Owner: University of Nebraska Medical Center

Additional Information: Kaneko, a native of Japan, has employed abstraction to represent the inherent chaos that balances the natural world. Within the interplay of clay and form, surface and pattern, shapes emerge through Western and Eastern aesthetics to create visible harmony.


Stepping Stones to Peace , 2005

by Unknown

 

Mediums: Ceramic, Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Field Club School 3512 Walnut Street directly to the south of the main entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


The First Council Icon , 2004

by Liz Langdon

 

Mediums: 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.


Untitled , 1991

by John Himmelfarb

 

Mediums: Ceramic

Location: Downtown; Omaha Public Schools, 3215 Cuming St., Art Department

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


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