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Big Foot Bench , 2007

by Jennifer Hill


Mediums: Concrete

Location: West, Metropolitan Community College; Near South entrance to the building at the Elkhorn Valley Campus (204th and West Dodge Road)

Owner: Metropolitain Community College

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge , 2008

by HNTB Corporation


Mediums: Concrete

Location: Omaha-Council Bluffs Bridge; 705 Riverfront Drive

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: A visual marvel with a curvilinear design and a pair of LED-equipped pylons that pierce the skyline, the pedestrian bridge spans the Missouri River and connects Omaha, Neb., with Council Bluffs, Iowa. Built to enhance its natural surroundings, the design team incorporated specific protections for migratory birds and incorporated interactive sculptures that educate users about endangered Missouri River species. Already exceeding usage projections by significant margins, the bridge is a signature landmark for the community and has become more than a means to a destination – it’s a destination in and of itself. The longest pedestrian bridge to link two states.

Cubular , 2009

by Peter Carter


Mediums: Concrete, LED Lights, Glass

Location: Joslyn; Joslyn Art Museum Discovery Sculpture Garden 2200 Dodge Street

Owner: Joslyn Art Museum

Additional Information: A Nebraska artist, Peter Carter creates contemporary, interactive, moveable art in cubes of glass. The Joslyn museum purchased this piece with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Truhlsen.


by George Adamson


Mediums: Concrete, Paint

Location: West; Catlin Elementary School 12736 Marinda Street. Just to the right of the main entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

Higher Education , 1971

by Stephen Walsh


Mediums: Steel, Concrete, Paint

Location: Creighton University; Creighton University 2500 California Ave. located outside the Hitchcock Building

Owner: Creighton University

Leon's Bridge , 1978

by George Trakas


Mediums: Concrete

Location: Downtown; To the Northeast of the Omaha Opportunities Industrial Center (OOIC) Building 2724 N. 24th St.

Owner: Omaha Opportunities and Industrialization Center

Memorial to Omaha the Horse , 2009

by Unknown


Mediums: Bronze, Stone, Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Stinson Park 67th and West Center Road

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: In 1935, a horse dubbed “Omaha” won the Triple Crown. In 1950, Omaha was relocated to Nebraska to improve thoroughbred racing horses in the state. Omaha made his home at the Grove Porter Farm near Nebraska City and remained there until his death, April 24, 1959. The legendary horse was buried at Aksarben, where he has been memorialized. When Aksarben was torn down, this memorial was erected in Stinson Park.

Nebraska Mural

by Tom Schlosser


Mediums: Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Benson West 6652 Maple located on the North side of the school on Binney street in the circle drive

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

Sounding Stones , 2004

by Leslie Iwai


Mediums: Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Near the pedestrian bridge off of the south side of Happy Hollow and Dodge St. Five stones.

Owner: City of Omaha

Additional Information: The sculpture was commissioned by the Omaha Public Art Commission with funds donated by the J. Doe Project 2001. The original location for Sounding Stones was Turner Park (Dodge to Farnam bordered on the east by Turner Blvd). The sculpture was re-located to Elmwood Park when the Mutual of Omaha Midtown Crossing Development incorporated the park into a mixed-used design.

Stepping Stones to Peace , 2005

by Unknown


Mediums: Ceramic, Concrete

Location: Mid-Town; Field Club School 3512 Walnut Street directly to the south of the main entrance.

Owner: Omaha Public Schools

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