List of public art in Bartholomew County, Indiana

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This is a list of public art in Bartholomew County, Indiana.

This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artwork visible inside a museum.

Columbus[edit]

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material and Dimensions Worktype Owner Citations Image
2 Arcs de 212.5˚ Bernar Venet 1987 The Commons (outside) 39°12′6.21″N 85°55′16.30″W / 39.2017250°N 85.9211944°W / 39.2017250; -85.9211944 painted rolled steel Sculpture City of Columbus [1][2][3]
Amish quilts Amish quilters from Goshen, Indiana 1910 Columbus City Hall quilted fabric Fiber Art City of Columbus
Ancestral Way Robert Pulley 2006 Side State Highway 46 39°12′4.76″N 85°55′28.55″W / 39.2013222°N 85.9245972°W / 39.2013222; -85.9245972 ceramic Sculpture City of Columbus [1][3]
Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans Charles Rose and Mary Ann Thompson 1997 Bartholomew County Courthouse lawn39°12′2.49″N 85°55′17.66″W / 39.2006917°N 85.9215722°W / 39.2006917; -85.9215722 carved limestone, 25 pillars, each 40 ft. high Memorial Bartholomew County [3]
Between Heaven and Earth Dale Enochs 2006 IUPUC University Park limestone, steel Sculpture Dale Enochs
Bicentennial Fountain and Dancing Fish Tom Stephens (fountain) and C.R. Schiefer (fish) 1976 Bartholomew County Courthouse lawn 39°12′4.24″N 85°55′19.05″W / 39.2011778°N 85.9219583°W / 39.2011778; -85.9219583 limestone, bronze, concrete, Sculpture: approx. 42 × 28 × 10 in.; Basin: approx. D. 12 in. × Diam. 20 ft. Fountain Bartholomew County [4][5]
Big Jeff, Piero's Jesus, and Aaron Deborah Masters 2006 The Commons bronze, wood Sculpture Deborah Masters
Birds of Fire Ted Sitting Crow Garner 1979 The Republic39°12′0.66″N 85°55′19.94″W / 39.2001833°N 85.9222056°W / 39.2001833; -85.9222056 iron painted orange Sculpture Ted Sitting Crow Garner [1][6]
Block Out Derick Malkemus 1997 Jackson Street cast concrete, steel Sculpture Derick Malkemus
Boy on a Dolphin Unknown 1930 Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′13.9″N 85°55′2.59″W / 39.203861°N 85.9173861°W / 39.203861; -85.9173861 bronze, Fountain: approx. 19 × 18 × 12 in.; Plinth: approx. 2 × 18 × 11 in.; Base: approx. W. 18 in. × D. 18 in.; Pond: approx. L. 25 ft. × W. 85 in. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens [5][7]
Boy with Duck Unknown 1910 Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′13.86″N 85°55′3.76″W / 39.2038500°N 85.9177111°W / 39.2038500; -85.9177111 marble, Sculpture: approx. 30 × 16 × 18 in. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens [8]
Bravo Cohort Andrew Counceller 2013 Pedestrian walkway behind Indiana University Purdue University Columbus Campus Center 39°15′9.63″N 85°54′6.08″W / 39.2526750°N 85.9016889°W / 39.2526750; -85.9016889 steel, stainless steel Sculpture Indiana University Purdue University Columbus
C Robert Indiana 1981 Columbus City Hall (west staircase) 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 oil paint on canvas Painting City of Columbus [3]
Carl Miske: Head of the River Rats Lydia Burris 2003 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 acrylic and oil paint on canvas Painting City of Columbus [9][10]
Celebration Gary Lee Price 1998 Foundation for Youth 39°12′10.33″N 85°53′57.07″W / 39.2028694°N 85.8991861°W / 39.2028694; -85.8991861 bronze Sculpture Foundation for Youth [11][12]
Chaos I Jean Tinguely 1974 The Commons 39°12′7.75″N 85°55′16.47″W / 39.2021528°N 85.9212417°W / 39.2021528; -85.9212417 Metal, industrial equipment, wood, painted metal, motors, and electrical components Kinetic Sculpture City of Columbus [3]
Charlie Kitzinger: Friend of the Orphans Timothy Greatbatch 2002 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 Oil paint on canvas Painting City of Columbus [9]
Chester Reynolds Unknown 1889 Bartholomew County History Center marble Sculpture Bartholomew County Historical Society [13]
Christ the Good Shephard Unknown 1911 Garland Brook Cemetery, Northwest Entrance 39°12′7.75″N 85°55′16.47″W / 39.2021528°N 85.9212417°W / 39.2021528; -85.9212417 Limestone atop a limestone arch base, Sculpture: approx. 8 × 212 × 2 ft. Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery [14]
Christopher Columbus Unknown 1992 Columbus City Hall marble Sculpture City of Columbus
Christus Unknown ca. 1965 Garland Brook Cemetery39°12′15.82″N 85°53′34.69″W / 39.2043944°N 85.8929694°W / 39.2043944; -85.8929694 marble, Sculpture: approx. 84 × 36 × 19 in. Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery [15]
Circle Canoe James Darr 2006 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Duke Energy Sculpture Garden painted steel and wood Sculpture James Darr
City Hall Photograph collection Bruce Baumann, Balthazar Korab 1981 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 Color photographic prints Photographs City of Columbus
Climbing Kids Louis Joyner 2005 kidscommons Children's Museum39°12′6.34″N 85°55′15.23″W / 39.2017611°N 85.9208972°W / 39.2017611; -85.9208972 Sheet steel painted green, blue, and red Sculpture kidscommons Children's Museum
Crack the Whip Jo Saylors 1998 Robert D. Garton Veteran's Plaza, 39°11′59.84″N 85°55′23.72″W / 39.1999556°N 85.9232556°W / 39.1999556; -85.9232556 bronze, h 4 ft Sculpture Heritage Fund Community Foundation [1][3][16]
Crossroads James Brenner 1999 Bartholomew County Courthouse lawn steel Sculpture James Brenner
Crump Monument Unknown 1917 Columbus City Cemetery 39°12′53.38″N 85°54′55.59″W / 39.2148278°N 85.9154417°W / 39.2148278; -85.9154417 marble Sculpture City of Columbus
Crump Theater Mural M.K. Ziegner 1942 Crump Theatre 39°12′4.87″N 85°55′12.84″W / 39.2013528°N 85.9202333°W / 39.2013528; -85.9202333 Paint on wall Mural Columbus Capital Foundation
Custom Tapestry Form III 1941 First Christian Church 39°12′10.64″N 85°55′10.14″W / 39.2029556°N 85.9194833°W / 39.2029556; -85.9194833 wool Fiber Art First Christian Church
Daquqi Peter Lundberg 1998 Robert D. Garton Veteran's Plaza 39°11′59.27″N 85°55′23.03″W / 39.1997972°N 85.9230639°W / 39.1997972; -85.9230639 concrete, 9 tons, stainless steel Sculpture Peter Lundberg [1][3]
Deer figure William E. Arnold 1993 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Administrative Offices 39°12′10.64″N 85°55′10.14″W / 39.2029556°N 85.9194833°W / 39.2029556; -85.9194833 metal wire Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation [17]
Desire Jon Isherwood 1998 Columbus Area Visitors Center foxhill granite Sculpture Jon Isherwood
Diogenes, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle Unknown 1910 Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′13.93″N 85°55′3.77″W / 39.2038694°N 85.9177139°W / 39.2038694; -85.9177139 marble, 4 pieces. Head of Diogenes: approx. H. 9 in.; Head of Socrates: approx. H. 12 in., Head of Plato: approx. H. 13 in.; Head of Aristotle: approx. H. 16 in.; Including columns, height: ranges from 56 to 59 in. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens [18]
Discovery Kusser Granitwerke 2007 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Campus Center 39°15′9.65″N 85°54′7.51″W / 39.2526806°N 85.9020861°W / 39.2526806; -85.9020861 granite, water; d 3 ft. Sculpture Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus [1][3]
Dreaming of a Greener Columbus Catherine Burris 2009 Jackson Place 39°12′28.57″N 85°55′22.81″W / 39.2079361°N 85.9230028°W / 39.2079361; -85.9230028 paint and wood Mural Jackson Place, LLC [3]
Dwelling Alexander Peace 2006 IUPUC University Park wood Sculpture Alexander Peace [19]
Elephant Golden Foundry 1932 Inn at Irwin Gardens bronze, approx. 4 ft. × 65 in. × 3 ft. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′14″N 85°55′3.22″W / 39.20389°N 85.9175611°W / 39.20389; -85.9175611 [5][20]
Emergent Force Robert Pulley 2001 IUPUC University Park ceramic Sculpture Robert Pulley
Eos Dessa Kirk 2006 Median 5th Street between Brown and Lindsey Streets 39°12′12.06″N 85°55′28.85″W / 39.2033500°N 85.9246806°W / 39.2033500; -85.9246806 steel and fiberglass painted metallic orange Sculpture City of Columbus [1][3]
Ethnic Expo quilt Catherine Burris 1988 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 quilted fabric Fiber Art City of Columbus [9]
Exploded Engine Rudolph de Harak 1984 Cummins Corporate Office Building located in the Columbus Arts District 39°12′14.4″N 85°55′22.58″W / 39.204000°N 85.9229389°W / 39.204000; -85.9229389 metal, wire, other materials, Sculpture: approx. 84 × 105 × 24 in. Sculpture Cummins Inc. [21][22]
Flight Dante Ventresca 2001 Jolie Crider Memorial Skateboard Park, Clifty Park 39°11′50.38″N 85°52′48.33″W / 39.1973278°N 85.8800917°W / 39.1973278; -85.8800917 paint on wood Mural City of Columbus
Friendship Quilt Columbus Star Quilters and Sister Quilters of Miyoshi, Aichi, Japan 2000 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 quilted fabric Fiber Art City of Columbus [9]
Friendship Way neon sculpture Cork Marcheschi 1998 Alley 39°12′10.62″N 85°55′17.36″W / 39.2029500°N 85.9214889°W / 39.2029500; -85.9214889 neon lights, plexiglas, metal Sculpture City of Columbus [1][3][23]
Frog Pond Jo Saylors 1995 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Administrative Offices 39°12′40.76″N 85°54′16.02″W / 39.2113222°N 85.9044500°W / 39.2113222; -85.9044500 bronze Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation [1][17]
Garden of Gethsemane Unknown 1965 Garland Brook Cemetery 39°12′17.99″N 85°53′37.37″W / 39.2049972°N 85.8937139°W / 39.2049972; -85.8937139 marble, Sculpture: approx. 60 × 20 × 60 in. Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery [24]
General Joseph Bartholomew R. Terrell 1826 Bartholomew County Courthouse 39°12′4.02″N 85°55′17.24″W / 39.2011167°N 85.9214556°W / 39.2011167; -85.9214556 Oil paint on canvas Painting Bartholomew County
Generations Betty Boyle 2002 Columbus Post Office 39°12′10.86″N 85°55′22.03″W / 39.2030167°N 85.9227861°W / 39.2030167; -85.9227861 watercolor on canvas Mural U.S. Postal Service
Gift of the Sage Robert Pulley 1994 Columbus North High School, Erne Auditorium 39°13′28.49″N 85°54′42.31″W / 39.2245806°N 85.9117528°W / 39.2245806; -85.9117528 ceramic Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
Grace Basin Judith Shea 2004 Our Hospice of South Central Indiana 39°12′59.41″N 85°53′32.42″W / 39.2165028°N 85.8923389°W / 39.2165028; -85.8923389 bronze Sculpture Columbus Regional Hospital
Growing Through the Seasons Elizabeth Bays 2004 Harrison Ridge Park 39°11′20.82″N 85°58′24.94″W / 39.1891167°N 85.9735944°W / 39.1891167; -85.9735944 paint on wall Mural City of Columbus
Guardian Terrence Karpowicz 2006 Robert D. Garton Veteran's Plaza steel, granite, river rock Sculpture Terrence Karpowicz
Halcyon Todd Frahm 2011 Columbus Regional Hospital 39°12′59.36″N 85°53′46.68″W / 39.2164889°N 85.8963000°W / 39.2164889; -85.8963000 limestone Sculpture Columbus Regional Hospital [3]
Hartman Monument Unknown ca. 1915 Columbus City Cemetery 39°12′58.6″N 85°54′59.45″W / 39.216278°N 85.9165139°W / 39.216278; -85.9165139 marble, approx. 59 × 30 × 912 in. Relief City of Columbus [25]
History and Mystery William T. Wiley 1984 Columbus City Hall (tympanum above City Hall Chambers) 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 paint on canvas Mural City of Columbus [9]
Homing Vessel Felicia Glidden 2005 Columbus Area Visitors Center 39°12′14.19″N 85°55′10.25″W / 39.2039417°N 85.9195139°W / 39.2039417; -85.9195139 cast iron Sculpture Columbus Area Visitors Center
Horses Costantino Nivola 1970 Richards Elementary School fiberglass on a cement base 39°13′59.61″N 85°52′10.15″W / 39.2332250°N 85.8694861°W / 39.2332250; -85.8694861 Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
Iris Scott Westphal 1997 Columbus Area Visitors Center garden aluminum Sculpture Scott Westphal [1][26]
Into the Woods Dante Ventresca and Rebecca Hutton 2002 Donner Park Shelter House paint Mural City of Columbus
Jack the Bum Catherine Burris 1999 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 acrylic paint Painting City of Columbus [9]
Jacob's Ladder Bernie Carreño 2010 Hotel Indigo, lawn steel painted red, yellow and orange; 14 × 8 × 4 ft Sculpture Bernie Carreno [1][27]
Kitzinger Alley Murals Haywood, J. Haywood, and S. Truly 2003 Alley 39°12′7.03″N 85°55′15.33″W / 39.2019528°N 85.9209250°W / 39.2019528; -85.9209250 Paint on cement block wall Mural City of Columbus
KTA50 Tallix Foundry 1985 Cummins Inc. Corporate Headquarters, located in the Columbus Arts District 39°12′13.02″N 85°55′21.98″W / 39.2036167°N 85.9227722°W / 39.2036167; -85.9227722 cast bronze on a stainless steel plated base Sculpture Cummins Inc. [17]
Large Arch Henry Moore 1971 Cleo Rogers Memorial Library 39°12′13.26″N 85°55′6.92″W / 39.2036833°N 85.9185889°W / 39.2036833; -85.9185889 sandcast bronze patinated dark green, approx. 20 ft. × 13 ft. 9 in. × 12 ft. (512 tons) Sculpture Bartholomew County Public Library Association [1][3][23][28]
Light Sculptures James Brenner 2006 Bartholomew County History Center stainless steel, glass, tungsten light Sculpture James Brenner
Mary Ora Mennet Unknown ca. 1900 Garland Brook Cemetery 39°12′27.83″N 85°53′29.46″W / 39.2077306°N 85.8915167°W / 39.2077306; -85.8915167 marble on a granite base, approx. 3 × 1 × 1 ft. Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery [29]
Memorial Artillery Ric Bauer 1980 Donner Aquatic Center 39°13′9.92″N 85°55′0.69″W / 39.2194222°N 85.9168583°W / 39.2194222; -85.9168583 Steel painted black Sculpture City of Columbus [23]
Memorial to a Local Girl Linda Peterson 1998 People trail near bridge to visitor entrance to Columbus Regional Hospital 39°13′1.37″N 85°53′51.04″W / 39.2170472°N 85.8975111°W / 39.2170472; -85.8975111 limestone, marble Sculpture Columbus Regional Hospital [6]
Memorial to Town Founders Unknown 1970 Memorial Plaza 39°12′1.43″N 85°55′31.63″W / 39.2003972°N 85.9254528°W / 39.2003972; -85.9254528 bronze, limestone, steel Memorial City of Columbus
Model Block Maquettes Alexander Girard 1964 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 Paint Mural City of Columbus
Monk Harry Gordon 2005 Columbus City Hall black granite Sculpture Harry Gordon
Mural of Columbus Catherine Burris 1988 Dairy Queen, Columbus, Indiana 39°12′7.03″N 85°55′4.42″W / 39.2019528°N 85.9178944°W / 39.2019528; -85.9178944 paint on wall Mural Dairy Queen
One Step at a Time Catherine Burris 2005 under the 10th St. Bridge 39°12′30.86″N 85°53′55.89″W / 39.2085722°N 85.8988583°W / 39.2085722; -85.8988583 paint Mural City of Columbus
Parade of Animals Catherine Burris 2003 Columbus Animal Control Shelter 39°15′15.67″N 85°53′28.99″W / 39.2543528°N 85.8913861°W / 39.2543528; -85.8913861 paint Mural Columbus Animal Control Shelter
Puddles Jo Saylors 1995 Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Administrative Offices 39°12′40.76″N 85°54′16.02″W / 39.2113222°N 85.9044500°W / 39.2113222; -85.9044500 bronze Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation [1][17]
Puzzle #3 Jay Dougan 2006 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Duke Energy Sculpture Garden Cedar Sculpture Jay Dougan
Quintin G. Noblitt (1882-1954) W. Douglas Hartley 1949 Columbus Youth Camp 39°10′24.28″N 86°3′22.92″W / 39.1734111°N 86.0563667°W / 39.1734111; -86.0563667 bronze, Sculpture: overall approx. 8 ft. × 14 in. × 9 in. Sculpture Foundation for Youth [30][31]
Reach Neil Goodman 2003 Former Irwin Union Bank atrium fiberglass Sculpture Neil Goodman
Red Arbor Stanley Saitowitz 1992 Mill Race Park 39°12′22.1″N 85°55′54.23″W / 39.206139°N 85.9317306°W / 39.206139; -85.9317306 steel painted red Sculpture City of Columbus [3]
Renee and Child Jerald Jacquard 2009 Pedestal beside RSVP Veneers Warehouse entrance 39°12′39.53″N 85°55′45.69″W / 39.2109806°N 85.9293583°W / 39.2109806; -85.9293583 stainless steel, concrete Sculpture RSVP Veneers Warehouse
Ruddick Monument Unknown 1910 Columbus City Cemetery 39°13′0.04″N 85°54′55.55″W / 39.2166778°N 85.9154306°W / 39.2166778; -85.9154306 marble on granite base, Sculpture: approx. 65 × 30 × 24 in. Sculpture City of Columbus [32]
Self-Made Man Bobbie Carlyle 2000 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Learning Center 39°15′0.65″N 85°54′10.89″W / 39.2501806°N 85.9030250°W / 39.2501806; -85.9030250 bronze Sculpture Columbus Learning Center [3]
Sermon on the Mount Loja Saarinen and Eliel Saarinen 1942 First Christian Church 39°12′10.66″N 85°55′8.74″W / 39.2029611°N 85.9190944°W / 39.2029611; -85.9190944 quilted fabric, wool, flax Fiber Art First Christian Church [26]
Sermon on the Mount Unknown 1965 Garland Brook Cemetery 39°12′13.6″N 85°53′37.39″W / 39.203778°N 85.8937194°W / 39.203778; -85.8937194 marble Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery
Shape Shifters with Celestial Sphere Coral Lambert 2006 Bartholomew County Courthouse lawn 39°12′1.7″N 85°55′19.61″W / 39.200472°N 85.9221139°W / 39.200472; -85.9221139 cast aluminum, enamelled cast iron and steel Sculpture Coral Lambert
Skopos Ric Bauer 1979 Mill Race Park 39°12′8.65″N 85°55′36.68″W / 39.2024028°N 85.9268556°W / 39.2024028; -85.9268556 Cor-Ten Steel, Sculpture: approx. 15 ft. × 10 ft. × 7 ft. 2 in. Sculpture City of Columbus [23][33]
Stop…Think Dante Ventresca and Rebecca Hutton 2002 Foundation for Youth 39°12′11.16″N 85°53′56.32″W / 39.2031000°N 85.8989778°W / 39.2031000; -85.8989778 paint Mural City of Columbus
Summer Storm Michael Helbing 2006 Bartholomew County Courthouse lawn 39°12′1.76″N 85°55′17.03″W / 39.2004889°N 85.9213972°W / 39.2004889; -85.9213972 stainless steel Sculpture Michael Helbing [1][6]
Sun Dial Tower Kevin Kennon 2005 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Learning Center 39°15′4.78″N 85°54′14.03″W / 39.2513278°N 85.9038972°W / 39.2513278; -85.9038972 brick, aluminium Sculpture Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Learning Center
Sun Garden Panels in Suspended Circle Dale Chihuly 2007 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Learning Center 39°15′0.65″N 85°54′10.89″W / 39.2501806°N 85.9030250°W / 39.2501806; -85.9030250 painted plexiglass Sculpture Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Learning Center [3]
The Bird Boy Myra Reynolds Richards 1924 Central Middle School, second floor 39°12′19.07″N 85°54′55.21″W / 39.2052972°N 85.9153361°W / 39.2052972; -85.9153361 bronze, limestone Sculpture Bartholomew County Historical Society [34][35]
The Calm at the Center Dante Ventresca and Paul Neufelder 2000 Lincoln Park Handball Court paint Mural City of Columbus
The Family Harris Barron 1962 Parkside Elementary School 39°14′29.52″N 85°54′34.25″W / 39.2415333°N 85.9095139°W / 39.2415333; -85.9095139 granite Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation [17]
The Industrial Quilt Brian Bailey 2001 Columbus Area Visitors Center steel painted multicolors Sculpture Brian Bailey [26]
The Joy of a Small School Alison Graf Murray 2010 Pedestrian walkway behind Indiana University Purdue University Columbus Campus Center 39°15′10.81″N 85°54′4.22″W / 39.2530028°N 85.9011722°W / 39.2530028; -85.9011722 limestone Sculpture Indiana University Purdue University Columbus
The Moment S. Thomas Scarff 2001 Courtyard adjacent to Columbus Pump House aluminum, aluminum bronze, neon, textile Sculpture S. Thomas Scarff
The Old Sleigh a portrait of Tommy Warner David Williams 2000 Columbus City Hall 39°11′59.71″N 85°55′13.38″W / 39.1999194°N 85.9203833°W / 39.1999194; -85.9203833 Oil paint on canvas Painting City of Columbus [9]
The Skater Dale Patterson and Malcolm Stalcup 2000 Hamilton Center Ice Arena 39°13′21.31″N 85°53′42.87″W / 39.2225861°N 85.8952417°W / 39.2225861; -85.8952417 Cor-Ten steel Sculpture City of Columbus [6][23]
The Staff of Jizo Bosatsu Katrin Asbury 2006 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Duke Energy Sculpture Garden cypress, bronze, mahogany Sculpture Katrin Asbury
The Stork in Flight Raffaello Romanelli 1910 Inn at Irwin Gardens bronze, Fountain: approx. 29 × 37 × 12 in.; Each frog: approx. 312 × 512 × 4 in.; Basin: approx. H. 54 in. × Diam. 39 in. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens [5][36]
Transformations Howard Meehan 2010 Indiana University Purdue University Columbus Campus 39°15′11.04″N 85°54′12.63″W / 39.2530667°N 85.9035083°W / 39.2530667; -85.9035083 Dichroic glass, stainless steel; h 30 ft Sculpture Indiana University Purdue University Columbus [1][3]
Transition Catherine Burris 1994 Central Middle School 39°12′14.04″N 85°54′55.72″W / 39.2039000°N 85.9154778°W / 39.2039000; -85.9154778 PVC pipes covered in painted canvas Wall construction Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
Tree Cozies Unknown 2008 Downtown Columbus, Indiana knitted and crocheted fabrics Fiber Art Unknown [12][37]
Twisted Mark Wallis 2007 Hotel Indigo lawn steel Sculpture Mark Wallis
Two Boys & a Fish Unknown ca. 1910 Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′13.86″N 85°55′3.76″W / 39.2038500°N 85.9177111°W / 39.2038500; -85.9177111 marble, Fountain: approx. 39 × 32 × 27 in. Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens [38]
Unknown heads Unknown 1970 Inn at Irwin Gardens 39°12′14.38″N 85°55′3.92″W / 39.2039944°N 85.9177556°W / 39.2039944; -85.9177556 limestone Sculpture Inn at Irwin Gardens
Untitled (abstract sculpture) William Robertson 1980 Goltra, Cline, and King, P.C. Chrome, pipes & concrete, Sculpture: approx. H. 11 ft. × Diam. 5 ft. Sculpture Goltra, Cline, and King, P.C. [39]
Untitled (Columbus Bar Mural) Glenn Covert 2012 Power House Brewery 39°12′9.26″N 85°55′18.4″W / 39.2025722°N 85.921778°W / 39.2025722; -85.921778 paint on brick Mural Power House Brewing
War Memorial Unknown 1972 Garland Brook Cemetery 39°12′26.88″N 85°53′33.44″W / 39.2074667°N 85.8926222°W / 39.2074667; -85.8926222 bronze, leather, rubber, Sculpture: approx. 55 × 2912 × 9 in. Sculpture Garland Brook Cemetery [40]
When I Was Your Age J. Seward Johnson Jr. 1990 Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies 39°8′8.6″N 85°56′11.65″W / 39.135722°N 85.9365694°W / 39.135722; -85.9365694 bronze, steel, rubber, resin coated textile, paint, other metals Sculpture Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies [12][17]
Wooden Crane and Silent Bell Joe Thompson 2006 Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus Duke Energy Sculpture Garden wood, aluminum Sculpture Joe Thompson [19]
Yellow Neon Chandelier and Persians Dale Chihuly 1995 Columbus Area Visitors Center 39°12′13.74″N 85°55′10.43″W / 39.2038167°N 85.9195639°W / 39.2038167; -85.9195639 Blown glass Sculpture Columbus Area Visitors Center [3]
Yellowwood Coral Lucy Slivinski 2006 Columbus Recycling Center 39°11′17.43″N 85°54′2.19″W / 39.1881750°N 85.9006083°W / 39.1881750; -85.9006083 steel, scrap metal, bike frames Sculpture City of Columbus [1][3]
Young Republic Jean-Julien Deltil 1975 PNC Bank 39°12′8.33″N 85°55′15.52″W / 39.2023139°N 85.9209778°W / 39.2023139; -85.9209778 wallpaper mural Mural PNC Bank [41]

Edinburgh[edit]

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
On Point Alexa Laver 1992 Camp Atterbury Limestone Sculpture: approx. 78 x 24 x 54 in. Memorial Foundation for Indiana National Guard [42]

Taylorsville[edit]

Title Artist Year Location/GPS Coordinates Material Dimensions Owner Image
Bear Necessities Joe LaMantia 1999 Taylorsville Elementary School 39°17′50.6″N 85°56′54.07″W / 39.297389°N 85.9483528°W / 39.297389; -85.9483528 steel Sculpture Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation[31]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Columbus Area Visitors Center (2010). "Public Art". Architecture & Public Art. Columbus Area Visitors Center. Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 71. ISBN 0871951800. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Public Art". Columbus Area Arts Council. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  4. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Dolphin, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  5. ^ a b c d Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 96. ISBN 0871951800. 
  6. ^ a b c d Berkey, Ricky. "Week 9 (Columbus Public Art: part 2)". 52weeks.rickyberkey.org. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  7. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "(Boy on a Dolphin), (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  8. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "(Boy with Duck), (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g "Downtown Murals". Columbus, Indiana Convention and Visitors Bureau. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  10. ^ Burris, Lydia. "Lydia Burris Commissions". Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  11. ^ "Celebration". Columbus, Indiana Convention and Visitors Bureau. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  12. ^ a b c Berkey, Ricky. "Week 10 (Columbus Public Art: part 3)". Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  13. ^ Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. ISBN 0871951800. 
  14. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Christ the Good Shepherd, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  15. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Christus, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  16. ^ Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 53. ISBN 0871951800. 
  17. ^ a b c d e f Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 93. ISBN 0871951800. 
  18. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "(Diogenes, Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle), (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  19. ^ a b Alspaugh, Chrissy (June 22, 2007). "Sculpting nature in Columbus". The Republic via Indiana Economic Digest. Retrieved 15 April 2014. 
  20. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Elephant, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  21. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Cummins Diesel Engine, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  22. ^ "Photos of Exploded Engine". Columbus Area Visitors Center. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  23. ^ a b c d e Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 95. ISBN 0871951800. 
  24. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Garden of Gethsemane, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  25. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Hartman Monument, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  26. ^ a b c Berkey, Ricky. "Week 8 (Columbus Public Art: part 1)". 52weeks.rickyberkey.org. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  27. ^ Bernie Carreño (2010). "Public Art". Large Scale Sculpture. Bernie Carreño. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  28. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Large Arch, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  29. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Mary Ora Mennet, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  30. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Q. G. Noblitt, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  31. ^ a b Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. p. 98. ISBN 0871951800. 
  32. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Ruddick Monument, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  33. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Skopos, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 19 November 2010. 
  34. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "The Bird Boy, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  35. ^ Greiff, Glory-June (2005). Remembrance, faith, and fancy : outdoor public sculpture in Indiana. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society Press. pp. 65–66. ISBN 0871951800. 
  36. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "The Stork in Flight, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  37. ^ Hart, Brittany (April 11, 2008). "'Bloomin' Fun' wins tree cozy competition". The Republic (Columbus, Indiana). 
  38. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "(Two Boys and a Fish), (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  39. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "Four-poles Abstract, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 15 December 2010. 
  40. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "War Memorial, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010. 
  41. ^ "First National Bank Restoration To Feature 30-Foot Mural". The Republic (Columbus, Indiana). November 7, 1975. 
  42. ^ Save Outdoor Sculpture (1993). "On Point, (sculpture)". SOS. Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 December 2010.