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Bull Bison , 1989

by Lyndon Fayne Pomeroy


Mediums: Metal

Location: West; Standing Bear Lake 132nd & Fort Enter the park at 138th & Fort Street, stay to the left when road divides, follow to open area with parking lot on the lake, sculpture is on the hillside, south of the parking, near picnic shelter

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: A gift to the City of Omaha from Ronco/Construction Company and Linde Construction Company, Ron, Linda, Zakary and Ira Olsen.

Caterpillar , 1988 - 1989

by Sidney Buchanan


Mediums: Metal

Location: Downtown; 3215 Cuming, Administration Building

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

The Actors Procession , 1989

by Milt Heinrich


Mediums: Metal

Location: Mid-Town; Omaha Community Playhouse 6915 Cass

Owner: Omaha Community Playhouse

Additional Information: These three evocative figures represent the world of theater. The figure on the left is distinctly Greco-Roman - a reflection of the classical European theater tradition that may evoke Sophocles or Shakespeare, Sheridan or Shaw. The central image is of an Oriental female and is designed as a reminder that theater is an idiom common to all ages, all cultures and all people. The figure on the right is readily identifiable as Cervantes' Don Quixote. The fabled knight-errant welcomes playgoers, his lance indicating the entrance to the theater. Nearly 12,000 pounds of raw brass was used to create this sculpture which was a a gift of Marlene Jamrog and family in memory of longtime Playhouse friend, Jerry Jamrog. Completion of each sculpture required approximately 400 hours of work.

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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Wind Organ , 1989

by Douglas Hollis


Mediums: Metal

Location: West; 132nd and Fort, small hill at Standing Bear Lake Go north on 132nd about 7/10's of a mile, turn into Gate 4, proceed about 6/10's of a mile to the sculpture site-across from playground and picnic area.

Owner: City of Omaha

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