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Art is not Communication. It is Dialogue. , 2005

by Linda Miegs

 

Mediums: Wood, Paint

Location: Downtown; SE corner of the Florence Mill 9102 N 30th Street

Owner: Sponsored by Kiwanis Club of Florence

Series: Bench Marks

Additional Information: This was part of the 2005-2006 Bench Marks project. The project was a collaboration of artists, writers, and organizations that support and encourage an active, healthy and involved community.


Bernini Ribbon

by Catherine Ferguson

 

Mediums: Stainless Steel, Wood, Paint

Location: Downtown; The 1299 Building In a passway that connects Harney and Farnam through the building - on the ceiling. Only accessible during regular business hours.

Owner: 1299 Building


Dream Into Stars , 2005

by Stephanie Carlson-Pruch; Guillermo Ventura; Eric Ventura

 

Mediums: Wood, Acrylic

Location: Mid-Town; Castelar Elementary School, 18th and Martha St., outside on the east side of the building

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

Series: Bench Marks

Additional Information: This was part of the 2005-2006 Bench Marks project. The project was a collaboration of artists, writers, and organizations that support and encourage an active, healthy and involved community.


Dundee Community Garden Entrance , 08/01/2014

by Dan Newberry

 

Mediums: Stone, Mixed Media, Metal, Wood

Location: Mid-Town; Northwest corner of 49th Street and Underwood Avenue.

Owner: Dundee Community Garden

Additional Information: The artist has created a whimsical, yet substantial permanent entranceway for Dundee Community Garden. Dan Newberry captures the architectural styles and here-to-stay culture of one of Omaha’s premier neighborhoods. An elegant entrance to both the Garden and Merchant District, this stunning edifice makes a wordless statement inviting ALL to join in.


Garden Sunrise , c. 2000

by George Adamson

 

Mediums: Metal, Wood, Paint

Location: West; Catlin Elementary School 12736 Marinda Street Located to the west of the main entrance

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


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


Story-Telling Hut , 2009

by Patrick Dougherty

 

Mediums: Wood

Location: Joslyn; Joslyn Art Museum Discovery Sculpture Garden 2200 Dodge Street

Owner: Joslyn Art Museum

Additional Information: An internationally known sculptor of large-scale, site specific, temporary sculptures made from indigenous materials, Dougherty creates monumental environments by interweaving branches and twigs, without any outside means of attachment. His works allude to nests, cocoons, hives, and lairs built by animals, as well as the manmade forms of huts, haystacks, and baskets. He intentionally creates each work of art to look “found” rather than made, as if it has just fallen into or grown up naturally in its setting. Each work takes three to four weeks to construct and gradually disintegrates over a period of 18 to 24 months. The Joslyn installation is a circular structure in the shape of the letters Y-O-U-R S-T-O-R-Y. The Joslyn museum purchased this piece with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Truhlsen.


Sunflower Bench

by Dar Vandevoort

 

Mediums: Wood, Paint

Location: West; Catlin Elementary School 12736 Marinda Street

Owner: Omaha Public Schools


The Picnic Table , 2011

by Michael Beitz

 

Mediums: Wood, Paint

Location: Downtown; NW Corner 12th & Leavenworth - Bemis dock

Owner: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts


Totem Cluster , 1989

by Wayne Selsor

 

Mediums: Wood

Location: Mid-Town; Courtyard between Eppley Science Hall, Wittson Hall and Bennett Hall Near 42nd and Dewey

Owner: University of Nebraska Medical Center

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