The City of Greenwood, IN

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TIM ADAMS - Webster City, IA

"Open Arms"

Curved abstract figures in two sizes are positioned to show flow and openness. Like the waters of a river, flow and openness implies an ability to change and adapt to circumstances with resiliency. The sculpture’s calm, quiet, and agile qualities meet each day to take on new challenges, ideas, and perspectives

Open Arms

JAN DEAN - South Bend, IN


“Pair is about the human experience. Feeling isolated within ourselves, we search for ‘home’ in others. ”

He who binds to himself a joy
Does the winged life destroy;
But he who kisses the joy as it flies
Lives in eternity’s sun rise.
-William Blake


NATHAN S. PIERCE - Cape Girardeau, MO

"Bright Days"

“I love the surprise that we get from seeing out of the ordinary things in ordinary places. Things that are out of the ordinary help bring awareness to our surroundings and creates an opportunity to re-imagine our sense of place. I create forms that seem out of the ordinary in the public landscape.”

Bright Days


"Both Sides"

It is my belief that people can overcome their differences and work together when we understand that there is very little that separates us. This sculpture brings together 2 materials that are basically the same, yet the surface that is exposed has a distinct contrast. It is the same with humankind. We are 99% the same but our exteriors look different. By realizing this, we can overcome our differences and work together to form a beautiful union. My sculptures are not overly large so the viewer can have an intimate relationship with them. They must come close to view the changes of texture and color in the rust patina or to enjoy the swirls of brightness in the aluminum. This up close and personal interaction may enlighten each of us.

Both Sides



“Strider II is on a mission - it walks with purpose, so focused on arriving that it might just miss the joy of the journey. For us to fully enjoy Strider II, we have to slow down enough to see it - and it reminds us that there are times for pressing on, and then there are times for enjoying the journey.”

Strider II

KIRK SEESE - Lutherville, MD

"Feathers Three"

“Open love letter to public art:
What I love about you, public art, is that you are meant for everyone. You require no entry fee, cover charge or special invitation. Set free from the galleries, museums, and private homes of the past. You're out there, in the wild, unapologetic, yet vulnerable, and for everyone to see! You must be strong, durable, able to withstand all types of weather, public scrutiny and the test of time. You can be interactive, kinetic or stationary, and come in so many forms, In all shapes and sizes. You invite discussion and bring the world of visual arts to people’s everyday lives. For all these reasons and many more, I will adore you for the rest of my life! Hopelessly smitten.”

Feathers Three