List of public art in Milwaukee

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This is a list of public art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Works are listed from oldest to newest.

The list contains only works of public art freely accessible outdoors, and not, for example, works inside museums that charge admission. Most of the works are sculptures.

Artworks[edit]

Image Title / subject Location Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Coordinates Owner/ Administrator Notes


SpiritofCommerce1881.jpg Spirit of Commerce Jackson Park 1881 (1881) Gustave Haug allegorical zinc 15 ft Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Allegorical figure[1]
WashingtonMonument1885.jpg Washington Monument Court of Honor, Wisconsin Avenue 1885 (1885) Richard Henry Park portrait bronze 110 × 41 × 41 in 43°02′19.42″N 87°55′22.43″W / 43.0387278°N 87.9228972°W / 43.0387278; -87.9228972 City of Milwaukee Figurative portrait of George Washington[2]
Solomon Juneau statue in Milwaukee circa 1890.jpg Juneau Monument Juneau Park 1887 (1887) Richard Henry Park portrait bronze 13 ft × 512 ft 43°2′33.86″N 87°53′53.76″W / 43.0427389°N 87.8982667°W / 43.0427389; -87.8982667 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait of Solomon Juneau[3]
Leif Ericson statue in Milwaukee.JPG Leif, the Discoverer Juneau Park 1887 (1887) Anne Whitney portrait bronze 8 ft 43°02′34.20″N 87°53′54.48″W / 43.0428333°N 87.8984667°W / 43.0428333; -87.8984667 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait of Leif Ericson[4]
Henry Bergh.jpg Henry Bergh Wisconsin Humane Society 1891 (1891) James H. Mahoney portrait bronze 9 × 3 × 212 ft 43°02′20.38″N 87°58′10.11″W / 43.0389944°N 87.9694750°W / 43.0389944; -87.9694750 Wisconsin Humane Society Figurative portrait of Henry Bergh[5]
T.A. Chapman Memorial by Daniel Chester French (1896) IAS WI000374.jpg T.A. Chapman Memorial Forest Home Cemetery 1896 (1896) Daniel Chester French memorial bronze 62 × 41 × 23 in 42°59.97′N 87°56.59′W / 42.99950°N 87.94317°W / 42.99950; -87.94317 City of Milwaukee Allegorical figure[6]
EightStoneLions1897.jpg Eight Stone Lions Lake Park 1897 (1897) Paul Kupper architectural ornament stone 36 × 30 × 65 in each 43°03′56.56″N 87°52′16.36″W / 43.0657111°N 87.8712111°W / 43.0657111; -87.8712111 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Lions adorn bridges[7]
VictoriousCharge1898.jpg The Victorious Charge Court of Honor, Wisconsin Avenue 1898 (1898) John S. Conway memorial bronze 118 × 240 in 43°02′19.44″N 87°55′26.69″W / 43.0387333°N 87.9240806°W / 43.0387333; -87.9240806 City of Milwaukee Civil War memorial[8]
Clas1900.jpg Carnival Column Court of Honor, Wisconsin Avenue 1900 (1900) Alfred C. Clas obelisk Bedford limestone 65 ft 43°02′19.44″N 87°55′26.69″W / 43.0387333°N 87.9240806°W / 43.0387333; -87.9240806 City of Milwaukee Midsummer Carnival landmark[9]
Milwaukee Kosciuszko edit.jpg Kosciuszko Monument Kosciuszko Park 1903 (1903) Gaetano Trentanove equestrian bronze 15 ft. Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [10]
Christian Wahl Wahl Park 1903 (1903) Gaetano Trentanove bust bronze 2 × 2 × 2 ft 43°06′11.86″N 87°58′21.69″W / 43.1032944°N 87.9726917°W / 43.1032944; -87.9726917 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Bust of Christian Wahl[11]
GoetheSchillerMonument1908.jpg Goethe-Schiller Monument Washington Park 1908 (1908) Ernst Friedrich August Rietschel portrait bronze 12 ft 43°03′10.33″N 87°58′12.26″W / 43.0528694°N 87.9700722°W / 43.0528694; -87.9700722 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait of Goethe and Schiller[12]
BurnsMonument1909.jpg Robert Burns Burns Commons 1909 (1909) William Grant Stevenson portrait bronze 12 ft × 42 in × 42 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait of Robert Burns[13]
R.D.WhiteheadMonument1910.jpg R.D. Whitehead Monument Chavez, Bow and Pearl 1910 (1910) Sigvald Asbjørnsen relief bronze 3512 × 3512 × 312 in 43°00′55.49″N 87°55′59.15″W / 43.0154139°N 87.9330972°W / 43.0154139; -87.9330972 City of Milwaukee [14]
Increase A. Lapham Memorial by A. H. Atkins at UW–Milwaukee in 2007.jpg Lapham Memorial UWM Lapham Hall 1915 (1915) Albert H. Atkins relief bronze 2712 in × 37 in plaque; 7 ft diameter boulder, 40,000 lbs 43°04′33.5″N 87°52′58.9″W / 43.075972°N 87.883028°W / 43.075972; -87.883028 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Relief portrait of Increase Lapham[15]
ErastusBWolcott.jpg Erastus B. Wolcott Lake Park 1920 (1920) Francis Herman Packer portrait bronze 15 ft 4 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait[16]
SteubenMonument1921.jpg Steuben Monument Lisbon, Lloyd and Sherman 1921 (1921) J. Otto Schweizer portrait bronze 188 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait[17]
Starke Memorial Forest Home Cemetery 1921 (1921) Rogert Ingersoll Aitken memorial bronze 69 x 62 in Forest Home Cemetery allegorical figure[18]
Boy with Goose 1926 (1926) Girolamo Piccoli portrait bronze Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait[19]
Kneeling Camels Tripoli Shrine Temple 1928 (1928) Paul Moulon figure stone 84 x 60 x 25 in Tripoli Shrine Temple figurative[20]
Pulaski Monument Pulaski Park 1931 (1931) Joseph Kiselewski portrait bronze 7 ft. 42°59′56.95″N 87°56′02.74″W / 42.9991528°N 87.9340944°W / 42.9991528; -87.9340944 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait[21]
Spanish-American War Soldier Court of Honor, Wisconsin Avenue 1932 (1932) American Bronze Company portrait bronze 7 ft 4 in City of Milwaukee Figurative portrait[22]
Abraham Lincoln War Memorial Center 1934 (1934) Gaetano Cecere portrait bronze 1012 × 16 × 20 ft 43°02′24.98″N 87°53′52.11″W / 43.0402722°N 87.8978083°W / 43.0402722; -87.8978083 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Figurative portrait of Abraham Lincoln[23]
Fishing Parklawn, Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee 1938 (1938) Karl Kahlich figure limestone Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee WPA work[24]
Music Parklawn, Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee 1938 (1938) Karl Kahlich figure limestone Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee WPA work[24]
Bird and Fish Froedtert Malting Company 1948 (1948) Gustav Bohland figure bronze [25]
The Sower Froedtert Malting Company 1952 (1952) Gustav Bohland figure bronze [26]
The Reaper Froedtert Malting Company 1952 (1952) Gustav Bohland figure bronze [27]
Pere Jacques Marquette Pere Marquette Park 1957 (1957) Aldo Pera, restored by Tom Queoff portrait marble 69 x 32 x 32 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture figurative portrait[28]
Immigrant Mother Cathedral Square Park 1960 (1960) Ivan Meštrović portrait bronze 8 ft × 28 in × 33 in 43°02′30.16″N 87°54′18.31″W / 43.0417111°N 87.9050861°W / 43.0417111; -87.9050861 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Depicts a mother and children[29]
Polyphony UWM Union 1963 (1963) Egon Weiner abstract bronze 10 ft 5 in × 10 ft 5 in × 5 ft 4 in University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee [30]
Woodland Indian and Whistling Swans Milwaukee Public Museum 1963 (1963) Marshall Fredericks bronze 40 ft × 28 ft × 3 ft 43°02′25″N 87°55′18″W / 43.04028°N 87.92167°W / 43.04028; -87.92167 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [31]
Patrick Cudahy Memorial Sheridan Park, Cudahy 1965 (1965) Felix de Weldon bronze 9 ft Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [32]
Steel Reborn Menomonee Valley 1965 (1965) Charles Toman steel 35 ft Miller Compressing Company [33]
King Gambrinus Best Place Tavern, Pabst Brewery Complex 1967 (1967) Carl Kuehns metal 96 in Pabst Brewing Company [34]
Hermes Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum 1967 installation unknown marble 96 x 28 x 22 in Milwaukee Art Museum [35]
Three Bronze Discs UWM Golda Meir Library 1967 (1967) James Wines fountain bronze 10 ft 8 in × 5 ft 43°04′38″N 87°52′49″W / 43.077169°N 87.880285°W / 43.077169; -87.880285 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee [30]
Laureate Marcus Center for the Performing Arts 1968 (1968) Seymour Lipton abstract nickel 150 in × 68 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Geometric abstract fountain[36]
The Spirit of Polonia Milwaukee County Courthouse, Clas Park 1969 (1969) Edmund Lewandowski fountain stainless steel and brass 15 × 36 × 1712 ft 43°02′27″N 87°55′26″W / 43.04071°N 87.92379°W / 43.04071; -87.92379 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Geometric abstract fountain[37]
Trigon Marcus Center for the Performing Arts 1970 (1970) Allen Ditson abstract stainless steel 132 × 103 × 72 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture Abstract figures[38]
The Great Double MGIC Plaza 1971 (1971) Alicia Penalba abstract bronze 28 ft × 122 in × 98 in (12 tons) Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation [39]
Space Game Menomonee Valley 1971 (1971) Joseph Mendla abstract steel 83 x 76 x 56 in [40]
Argo Milwaukee Art Museum 1974 (1974) Alexander Liberman abstract steel 15 × 36 × 1712 ft 43°2′24.35″N 87°53′47.14″W / 43.0400972°N 87.8964278°W / 43.0400972; -87.8964278 Milwaukee Art Museum [41]
Two Opposites Reaching Up Toward the Peak of Progress Layton and Greenfield 1977 (1977) Tom Queoff abstract granite 94 x 24 x 10 in City of Milwaukee [42]
Referee U.S. Cellular Arena, Kilbourn and 5th 1978 (1978) Tom Queoff abstract marble 114 in 43°02′30.04″N 87°55′03.94″W / 43.0416778°N 87.9177611°W / 43.0416778; -87.9177611 City of Milwaukee [43]
Ruins X Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art 1978 (1978) Ernest Carl Shaw abstract steel Marquette University geometric abstract[44]
Peter John 401 W. Michigan St. 1978 (1978) John Raimondi abstract steel 36 x 27 x 13 ft abstract geometric[45]
General Douglas MacArthur Milwaukee County Courthouse, MacArthur Square 1979 (1979) Robert Dean portrait stainless steel and brass 912 ft City of Milwaukee figurative portrait[46]
The Calling O'Donnell Park 1981 (1981) Mark di Suvero abstract steel 40 ft 43°2′20″N 87°53′58″W / 43.03889°N 87.89944°W / 43.03889; -87.89944 Milwaukee Art Museum Geometric abstract[47]
Spirit of the Firefighter Fire Engine Company #37 1983 (1983) Mark Jeffries portrait bronze 76 x 23 x 14 in City of Milwaukee Figurative portrait[48]
Holocaust Memorial Jewish Museum Milwaukee 1983 (1983) Claire Lieberman abstract steel, granite, brick 120 in 43°02′52.48″N 87°53′42.35″W / 43.0479111°N 87.8950972°W / 43.0479111; -87.8950972 Jewish Museum Milwaukee Geometric abstract[49]
Family Henry Reuss Federal Plaza 1983 (1983) Helaine Blumenfeld abstract granite 18 × 58 × 27 in 43°02′20.31″N 87°54′53.20″W / 43.0389750°N 87.9147778°W / 43.0389750; -87.9147778 Federal Plaza Associates Biomorphic abstract[50]
Angel in a Cage Menomonee Valley 1983 (1983) Richard Pflieger abstract steel and fiberglass 42 ft 43°01′50.67″N 87°55′52.73″W / 43.0307417°N 87.9313139°W / 43.0307417; -87.9313139 [51]
Dauntless Guardian Fire Engine Company #9 1984 (1984) Jeune Nowak Wussow figure bronze 120 in City of Milwaukee [52]
Menomonee Menomonee Valley 1985 (1985) Hilary Goldblatt abstract steel 70 x 54 in 43°01′51.95″N 87°55′54.25″W / 43.0310972°N 87.9317361°W / 43.0310972; -87.9317361 [53]
Oops, Missed Menomonee Valley 1987 (1987) Bernard Peck abstract steel and fiberglass 9 ft [54]
Ex Stasis Marquette University 1988 (1988) Richard Lippold abstract stainless steel and aluminum Marquette University geometric abstract[55]
Fire and Water Fire Engine Company #25 1988 (1988) John Luttropp abstract concrete, neon, plexiglass City of Milwaukee architectural abstract[56]
Deflected Jets Fire Engine Company #29 1988 (1988) Guido Peter Brink abstract stainless steel 7 ft 42°58′49.42″N 88°01′04.83″W / 42.9803944°N 88.0180083°W / 42.9803944; -88.0180083 City of Milwaukee [57]
Milwaukee UWM Golda Meir Library 1989 (1989) George Mossman Greenamyer steel 18 x 5 x 20 ft 43°04′39″N 87°52′53″W / 43.077436°N 87.881357°W / 43.077436; -87.881357 University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee [58]
Celebrating the Arts Roosevelt Middle School 1989 (1989) Narendra M. Patel abstract steel 20 x 14 x 6 ft 43°03′10.51″N 87°55′17.71″W / 43.0529194°N 87.9215861°W / 43.0529194; -87.9215861 Milwaukee Public Schools [59]
Letter Carriers' Monument Second St. and Wells St. 1989 (1989) Elliot Offner portrait bronze 66 × 67 × 56 in 43°02′24.52″N 87°54′46.98″W / 43.0401444°N 87.9130500°W / 43.0401444; -87.9130500 City of Milwaukee figurative portrait[60]
Ribbons VI removed from Menomonee Valley 1989 (1989) Stephen Fischer abstract steel 162 x 6 x 23 in [61]
On Watch Fire and Police Safety Academy 1990 (1990) David M. Wanner portrait bronze 6 x 5 ft 43°08′18.46″N 87°57′07.91″W / 43.1384611°N 87.9521972°W / 43.1384611; -87.9521972 City of Milwaukee figurative portrait[62]
Engine Company No. 10 Historic Third Ward on Broadway 1990 (1990) Michael Casper portrait bronze 56 x 43 x 45 in City of Milwaukee figurative portrait[63]
Chrysalis Girl Scouts of Milwaukee, 131 S. 69th St. 1990 (1990) Beth Sahagian abstract bronze and limestone 75 x 30 x 20 in City of Milwaukee [64]
Pledge Allegiance O'Donnell Park 1991 (1991) Glenna Goodacre portrait bronze 15 x 97 x 100 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture figurative portrait[65]
Happy-Go-Luckies of Nature and Technology University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1992 (1992) Guido Peter Brink steel 12 x 12 x 8 ft 43°4′32″N 87°53′4″W / 43.07556°N 87.88444°W / 43.07556; -87.88444 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee [66]
Buildings 1992 103rd and Fond du Lac 1992 (1992) Susan Walsh stainless steel City of Milwaukee [67]
Gear 23 Fire Engine Company #4 1992 (1992) Steven Feren memorial mixed media 96 x 112 x 43 in City of Milwaukee [68]
Untitled Sixth District Police Station 1992 (1992) Narendra Patel architectural mixed media 120 x 60 x 60 in City of Milwaukee [69]
Bay View Series Bay View Library 1993 (1993) Peter Flanary landscape mixed media 42°59′52.89″N 87°53′59.57″W / 42.9980250°N 87.8998806°W / 42.9980250; -87.8998806 City of Milwaukee [70]
Cleopatra's Wedge.jpg Cleopatra's Wedge Burns Commons 1993 (1993) Beverly Pepper abstract steel 18 ft City of Milwaukee monumental abstract[71]
Rainbow Machine Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art 1993 (1993) Joseph Burlini kinetic 216 in Marquette University kinetic abstract[72]
Jantar-Mantar University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1995 (1995) Narendra Patel concrete University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee [73]
Wisconsin Workers Memorial Zeidler Park 1995 (1995) Terese Agnew and Mary Zebell landscape mixed media 43°02′13.31″N 87°54′55.12″W / 43.0370306°N 87.9153111°W / 43.0370306; -87.9153111 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture integrated with park landscape[74]
The Last Alarm Milwaukee Fire Department 1996 (1996) Robert Daus portrait bronze 48" tall 43°02′40″N 87°55′22″W / 43.04444°N 87.92278°W / 43.04444; -87.92278 City of Milwaukee [75]
Public art sculpture in riverwest milwaukee.jpg Sharing the Load Garden Park 1996 (1996) Dan Leonhardt abstract steel [76]
Gertie the Duck Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, Milwaukee River 1997 (1997) Gwendolyn Gillen portrait bronze 4 ft 43°2′19″N 87°54′37″W / 43.03861°N 87.91028°W / 43.03861; -87.91028 City of Milwaukee figurative portrait[77]
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial MLK and Vine 1997 (1997) Erik Blome portrait bronze YWCA of Greater Milwaukee figurative portrait[78]
Walkways Through the Wall Delta Center 1998 (1998) Vito Acconci architectural painted cast concrete 43°2′23″N 87°55′2″W / 43.03972°N 87.91722°W / 43.03972; -87.91722 Wisconsin Center District integrated with building architecture[79]
City Yard Delta Center 1998 (1998) Sheila Klein architectural mixed media 43°2′23″N 87°55′2″W / 43.03972°N 87.91722°W / 43.03972; -87.91722 Wisconsin Center District uses salvaged architectural ornament[80]
Cass Street Park Cass Street Playground near Brady Street 1998 (1998) Marina Lee gateway fiberglass 192 x 192 x 60 in [81]
You Rise Above the World Riverwalk 1998 (1998) Richard Taylor abstract aluminum 120 x 60 x 48 in Riverwalk BID [82]
Vliet Street Commons 50th and Vliet 2000 (2000) Jill Sebastian site-specific concrete and steel [83]
Kindred Ties Fond du Lac Avenue, North Avenue and 21st Street 2000 (2000) Evelyn Patricia Terry steel and glass Spirit of Milwaukee [84]
Blue Dress Park Holton Street Viaduct 2000 (2000) Paul Druecke site-specific found [85]
Eclipse Prospect and Ogden 2000 (2000) Jill Sebastian mosaic mixed media 10 x 10 x 10 ft [86]
Children of the West End 36th and Wisconsin 2000 (2000) Erick Blome gateway bronze 18 ft Spirit of Milwaukee [87]
Stone Bracelet 3rd and Walker 2000 (2000) Zoran Mojsilov abstract stone 145 in Spirit of Milwaukee [88]
Tending the Fire Potawatomi Bingo Casino 2000 (2000) MJM Studios portrait bronze Potawatomi Historical and Cultural Board [89]
Acqua Grylli Milwaukee Riverwalk 2001 (2001) Beth Sahagian gateway bronze City of Milwaukee depicts a mythical female figure[90]
Birds of Knowledge of Good and Evil Woman's Club of Wisconsin 2001 (2001) Magdalena Abakanowicz abstract aluminum Woman's Club of Wisconsin [91]
Topiary Lucere Plankinton and Wisconsin 2001 (2001) Steve Feren landscape concrete, glass, fiber optic Marriott International [92]
Teamwork Miller Park 2001 (2001) Omri Amrany memorial bronze 148 in Miller Park figurative portrait[93]
Aaron Monument Miller Park 2001 (2001) Brian Maughan memorial bronze 84 in Miller Park figurative portrait<[94]
Yount Monument Miller Park 2001 (2001) Brian Maughan memorial bronze 84 in Miller Park figurative portrait<[94]
Giving Gifts General Mitchell International Airport 2002 (2002) Evelyn Patricia Terry steel Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [95]
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Milwaukee County Courthouse, MacArthur Square 2002 (2002) Gautam Pal portrait bronze 96 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture figurative portrait[96]
Tree of Life Mitchell Boulevard Park 2002 (2002) Nancy Metz White painted steel 96 in 43°02′11″N 87°58′41″W / 43.03640°N 87.97807°W / 43.03640; -87.97807 [97]
Brady Street Beasts Brady and Water 2002 (2002) Bill Reid painted steel [98]
Float Sandburg Halls 2003 (2003) Peter Flanary bronze and granite 180 × 35 × 75 in 43°04′45″N 87°52′57.21″W / 43.07917°N 87.8825583°W / 43.07917; -87.8825583 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee [99]
Compass North and Cambridge 2003 (2003) Gail Simpson gateway painted aluminum 264 in Eastside BID #20 [100]
Dancing Through Life Milwaukee Riverwalk, Pere Marquette Park 2003 (2003) Schomer Lichtner painted steel 132 in Riverwalk District BID [101]
Tip Gordon Park 2004 (2004) David Middlebrook gateway bronze, basalt, marble 40 x 20 ft Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [102]
Sentinels Oak Leaf Trail near Brady Street 2005 (2005) John Barlow Hudson abstract granite 43°03′04″N 87°53′21″W / 43.05111°N 87.88917°W / 43.05111; -87.88917 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [103]
Compass Oak Leaf Trail near Brady Street 2005 (2005) John Barlow Hudson abstract steel and granite 15 x 4 x 4 ft 43°03′07″N 87°53′25″W / 43.0520215°N 87.8902991°W / 43.0520215; -87.8902991 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [104]
A Beam of Sun to Shake the Sky Milwaukee Public Library 2005 (2005) Richard Taylor abstract aluminum 168 x 48 x 84 in 43°2′24.27″N 87°55′20.55″W / 43.0400750°N 87.9223750°W / 43.0400750; -87.9223750 City of Milwaukee [105]
Connect Riverside Park 2005 (2005) Jeremy Wolf figure bronze 60 x 38 x 38 in Urban Ecology Center [106]
Fairies Candles Kilbourn-Kadish Park 2005 (2005) Marina Lee bronze COA Youth & Family Center [107]
Jacques Marquette Marquette University 2005 (2005) Ronald Knepper bronze 98 x 48 x 78 in Marquette University [108]
Wind Leaves Discovery World 2006 (2006) Ned Kahn aluminum and stainless steel 30 ft 43°02′13.71″N 87°53′51.46″W / 43.0371417°N 87.8976278°W / 43.0371417; -87.8976278 Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [109]
Edge Elements South Shore Park 2006 (2006) Richard Hansen landscape granite Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [110]
Walk Like a River Riverside Park 2006 (2006) Peter Flanary landscape bronze and granite Urban Ecology Center [111]
Stratiformis Catalano Square 2006 (2006) Jin Soo Kim abstract steel Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design [112]
SOARING Alverno College 2006 (2006) Lyle London abstract stainless steel 20 ft Alverno College [113]
All in the Air at Once Department of Public Works Field Headquarters 2006 (2006) Richard Taylor aluminum 18 x 8 x 8 ft City of Milwaukee [114]
Magic Grove Enderis Playground 2006 (2006) Nancy Metz White painted steel [97]
Red Flower Rising Milwaukee Public Market 2007 (2007) Richard Taylor abstract painted aluminum 168 x 72 x 72 in [115]
Gertie Gets Her Ducks in a Row Milwaukee Riverwalk at Wisconsin Avenue 2007 (2007) Benjamin Rothschild figure painted steel Riverwalk District BID [85]
Bronze Fonz Milwaukee Riverwalk 2008 (2008) Gerald P. Sawyer portrait bronze 65 in 43°2′25.63″N 87°54′40.10″W / 43.0404528°N 87.9111389°W / 43.0404528; -87.9111389 Riverwalk District portrait of Henry Winkler character[116]
Quartet Lincoln Village 2008 (2008) Celine Farrell gateway steel Lincoln Avenue BID [117]
The Hill Climber Harley-Davidson Museum 2008 (2008) Jeff Decker portrait bronze 15 ft 43°01′52.66″N 87°54′56.56″W / 43.0312944°N 87.9157111°W / 43.0312944; -87.9157111 Riverwalk District portrait of motorcyclist[90]
A Place to Sit Menomonee Valley 2009 (2009) Kathryn E. Martin architectural mixed media 8 x 2 x 2 ft 39°52′41″N 86°8′42″W / 39.87806°N 86.14500°W / 39.87806; -86.14500 Friends of the Hank Aaron State Trail [118]
Mother Teresa Monument St. Joan of Arc Chapel, Marquette University 2009 (2009) Gautam Pal portrait bronze 78 in Marquette University [119]
Uptown Triangles North, Lisbon & 48th 2009 (2009) John Adduci abstract aluminum 20 x 12 x 10 ft 43°03′40″N 87°58′26″W / 43.0611°N 87.9738°W / 43.0611; -87.9738 Uptown Crossing Business Improvement District, BID 16 [120]
Sea of the Ear Lincoln Park 2009 (2009) Takashi Soga abstract steel 168 x 288 x 72 in Milwaukee County Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture [121]
Pattern 27th St. and W. Hopkins 2010 (2010) Paula Schulze paint and stain on wood panels [122]
Miller Valley Veterans Monument Miller Brewing Company Visitor's Center 2010 (2010) Thomas Queoff monument bronze 240 in MillerCoors [123]
Selig Monument Miller Park 2010 (2010) Brian Maughan monument bronze 84 in [124]
Pedestrian Drama Wisconsin Avenue 2011 (2011) Janet Zweig aluminum, photographic animations, electronics 24 x 24 x 21 in City of Milwaukee [125]
First Flight Milwaukee Youth Arts Center 2012 (2012) Richard Taylor abstract aluminum 240 in [126]
here, mothers are... Dominican Center for Women 2012 (2012) Adam Carr and Sonja Thomsen mixed media [127]
Uecker Monument Miller Park 2012 (2012) Brian Maughan monument bronze 84 in [128]
Bridge Menomonee Valley 2012 (2012) Peter Flanary abstract stone and stainless steel State of Wisconsin [129]

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