Dancing Clare Artist: David Kocka Location: Viterbo University, near the Fine Arts area of Assisi Courtyard This is a bronze sculpture commemorating Saint Clare of Assisi.
Project Category: Arts & Culture
Artist: Donna Gerke-Cutta Location: 119 King Street, Pump House Regional Arts Center Enjoy this whimsical blue stainless steel sculpture depicting two female dancing figures as well as a looping ribbon around them. The flowing ribbon is reminiscent of the nearby Mississippi River.
Boy with Butterfly Artist: Elmer Petersen Location: Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center Lobby This sculpture is a welded and steel-coated with bronze by braising, standing at 5’9″ tall. It depicts a young boy reaching for a butterfly.
Anidonts Artist: Luis Arata Location: Myrick Park Abstract painted aluminum sculpture of a boy and his dog located at the entrance of Myrick Park.
Artist: Brad Nichols Location: Viterbo University, Northwest Corner of Murphy Center This six-foot tall metal sculpture was erected to commemorate past, present, and future educators. It includes tools such as a ruler, pencil, paintbrush, journal, and cylinder.
Adolf and Helga Gundersen Artist: Michael Martino Location: 7th Street and Denton Street This piece of art is a life-size bronze sculpture of the founders of Gundersen Clinic, Adolf and Helga Gundersen.
A Simpler Time Artist: Michael Martino Location: Riverside Park, near the levee Set along the banks of the Mississippi River, “A Simpler Time” includes a life-size sculpture of children and their dog. The design of the sculpture is a traditional figurative bronze that depicts an old tradition of greeting the boats on the river. The… Read more »