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Public Art

Much of this information is courtesy of the Edmond Visual Arts Commission and the Edmond Historical Society.

Come see our Artful way of living. See a town where world-class sculptures are scattered like jewels throughout the city – dozens of them, lining the streets and tucked into corners, waiting to surprise you with unexpected beauty thoughtfully displayed throughout the community helping to make Edmond a city truly unmatched in the heartland.

Take a moment to enjoy some of these beautifully unique works of art during your stay.

Northwest EdmondTOP

95 Years & Planting, Girl Scout Centennial Statue

a bronze & a bronze tree by Shan Gray, Mitch Park, north of ball fields, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

African Sunset

a stainless steel and dichroic glass by Jeff Laing, median on Covell east of Kelly

Best Friends

a bronze by Gary Alsum, Mitch Park, North side of Mitch Park YMCA, 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive

Crescent Moon

a stainless steel piece by Jeff Laing, 1501 W. Covell Rd. in Mitch Park

Edmond Historic Buildings

an etched glass mural by Marilyn Adams depicting historical buildings, inside Tinker Federal Credit Union, 1401 N Kelly, NW corner of Kelly & Danforth

Golden Wings

a bronze by Gerald Balciar, Covell & Thomas Drive

Judy's Iris

a bronze by Steve Palmerton, 1251 N. Broadway at the Hope Center

L'ete

a contemporary yellow painted steel sculpture by Randy Marks, North of Covell, in median at entrance to Cheyenne Middle School off of Kelly

Mark Twain

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, in median at Touchmark Drive & Shortgrass, off Covell between Kelly & Boulevard

Nighthawk

a bronze by Paul Rhymer, 1901 Thomas Drive

Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial for Edmond Victims

a blond rock and copper structure with a bronze plaque mounted at the center of the rock structure in honor of the 18 Edmond individuals killed by that tragedy, architect Duane Mass, Mitch Park, NE of pavilion #4, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

On the Edge

a bronze by Clay Enoch, scheduled to be placed in 2016 in front of the Mitch Park YMCA, 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive

Open Spaces - Habitat Series

a mixed media piece by B.J. White, Mitch Park, inside the MAC spread throughout the Parks & Recreation building, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Prairie Flowers

a bronze by Blair Buswell, Mitch Park, Edmond Senior Center Lobby, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Puerta del Color I and II

a kinetic piece by Greg Reiche, east side of Kelly - north of Prairie Village Drive

Purple Heart Memorial Monument

a granite piece by Pete Delasi, off to the side of the main drive by entrance to Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Red Sails

a red powder-coated steel piece by Jim Stewart, on Kelly north of Covell in median

Sacagawea

a bronze by Glenna Goodacre, entrance to Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Small Galaxy

a kinetic, stainless steel by Andrew Carson, 1400 W. Covell Rd, North side of Dental building

Stick Horse Stampede

a multiple piece bronze installation by Rosie Sandifer, in front of MAC at Mitch Park, 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive

Story Time for Three

a bronze by Rosalind Cook, west of front parking lot, Edmond North High School, 215 W. Danforth, off Danforth between Kelly & Boulevard

Tall Grass

a stainless steel piece by Dale Lamphere, RCB Bank, 855 W. Covell Rd, Kelly & Covell

Tuntawu Offering

a stone, glass and steel piece by Greg Reiche, Broadway median South of Covell

West Edmond Field

a bronze by Jim Franklin honoring one of the most productive oil fields in the world at its peak. In 1944 the field produced half of Oklahoma's total production in that wartime year when our nation's demands were at their highest., 2901 Marilyn Williams Drive, North of Mitch Park YMCA

Wheel of Time

a stainless steel and dichroic glass piece by Jeff Laing, 1400 W. Covell Rd in the south flower bed of the Dental building

Wolves In Timber

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, Cross Timbers Elementary School, 4800 N. Kelly
Northeast EdmondTOP

Dancing Timber Ridge Family

a steel piece by Darroll Riddick, Ramblewood & Boulevard, North of Danforth

Duet

a stainless steel piece by Jeff Laing, median on Boulevard, between Danforth & Covell

Endeavor

three stainless steel pieces by Jeff Laing, median on Boulevard, between Danforth & Covell

First Love

a bronze by Missy Vandable, Animal Services Building at Cross Timbers, 2424 Old Timbers Drive near I-35 & Covell

Joyful Empowerment

a bronze by Angela Mia De la Vega, Banc First 2125 N. Kelly

On Deck

a bronze by Richard Pankratz, scheduled to be placed in 2015 at 66 N. Post Road, Edmond 66 Park Ball Field

Reunion

a bronze by Gary Alsum, Edmond Fire & Training Center, I-35 and Covell, 5300 E. Covell Rd

Swans in Flight

a 25 ft long bronze-and-steel piece situated in a reflecting pool with six water jets cascading above by internationally-renowned sculptor, Sir David Wynne, Armstrong Auditorium, 14400 S. Bryant at Waterloo

Synergy

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, Cross Timbers Complex, I-35 & Covell

Two Girls at Play

mixed media by Josette Simon-Gestin, Public Works Center reception area, 2004 Old Timbers Drive
Southeast EdmondTOP

Ancient One

a bronze by Gino Miles, north side of 2nd St at entry of Sugar Hill Ranch, between Douglas & Post Road

Anglers

a bronze by Jane DeDecker, 3540 S. Boulevard, between 33rd and Memorial Road

Arc of Peace

a bronze by Lorri Acott, Hafer Park, 9th & Bryant, by the duck pond and iris garden

Big Wish

a bronze by Linda Prokop, Hafer Park, 9th & Bryant

Dancing Triangles

a stainless steel piece by Kevin Robb, entry to Fox Lake Plaza, median on 2nd near I-35

Daphne II

a Cor-Ten Steel piece by Sam Spiczka, at the North entrance to the Edmond Dog Park, 450 E. 33rd St, East of Boulevard on 33rd

First Star

a bronze by Dennis Smith, SW corner at 15th & Bryant

Flor de la Vida

limestone, glass, bronze, steel, & marble piece by Greg Reiche, north side of 2nd St at entry of Sugar Hill Ranch, between Douglas & Post Road

Healing Flowers

a bronze by Victor Issa, Integris Health Edmond, East side of I-35 between 15th and 2nd

Historical Orvis Risner

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, Orvis Risner School, 2801 S. Rankin, off Boulevard between 15th & 33rd

Las Brisas

a bronze by Sandy Scott, entrance of Pelican Bay Aquatic Center, 1034 S. Bryant

Momentum

a steel abstract piece by Marko Kratohvil, Kirkpatrick Bank, 15 E. 15th Street

Portal de Vida II

limestone, bronze and glass piece by Greg Reiche, SE corner of Coltrane & 15th

Roots and Wings

a bronze by Dennis Smith, NW corner of 2nd & Bryant, OU Medical Center Edmond

Settling In

a bronze by Fred Boyer, entry median of Sugar Hill Ranch, between Douglas & Post Road

Shaman of the Benediction

a bronze by Bill Worell, 2000 E 15th St, off 15th between Bryant and Coltrane

She Ain't Heavy

a bronze by Walt Horton, 1325 S. Bryant, near 15th and Bryant

The Owl and the Oak

a wooden carving by Thomas Zimmer, Bickham-Rudkin Park Arboretum, 430 E. 33rd

The Web

a mural by Palmer Studios, painted on the Traverse climbing wall on concrete water tank, Hafer Park pond area, 9th & Bryant

Turbine Fan Shaft

an actual turbine fan shaft, Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority, 2701 W I-35 Frontage Rd, between 15th & 33rd

V

a stainless steel piece by Dale Lamphere, 2133 E. 2nd St in front of Legend V Apartments

White Deer of Autumn

a bronze piece by Denny Haskew, at Banc First, 1264 S. Bryant, Bryant between 9th and 15th

Windswept

a stainless steel piece by Dale Lamphere, off Boulevard between 33rd & Memorial
Southwest EdmondTOP

Angelic Being

a bronze by David Pearson, 1601 S. Kelly, off Kelly between 15th and 33rd

Barry Hill Soccer Memorial

a Bronze, artist unknown, Edmond Soccer Fields, 1502 W Danforth, 1502 W Danforth, Edmond Soccer Fields

Belly Dancer

a bronze by Joshua Tobey, corner of W 33rd & Kelly

Blue Hippo

unofficially named Buddy, made of fiberglass at AAA Glass & Mirror, 1129 S. Broadway. The "kitsch art" hippo is a well-known Rt. 66 icon. Since its restoration in 1990, this humorous hippo has been seen all around town - at a wedding, sitting on Broadway, fishing in the lake at Oklahoma Christian University and atop several buildings

Fishing Hole

a bronze by Mark Hopkins, SW corner of 15th & Kelly

Great Eagle

a bronze by Darren Hussey, 2000 S. Kelly, at entry median of Hundred Oaks Village

Hooked

a red powder-coated steel piece by Jim Stewart, 1925 S. Kelly Ave. in median in front of Allegiance Credit Union

Mainstreet Edmond

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer & UCO students, at WW Tire, 302 S. Broadway

Poppies WWII Veteran Memorial

a bronze by Sandy Proctor, near 15th & Broadway by the Dental Depot 100 W. 15th St

Raven A & Raven B

two bronzes by Jim Eppler, 9th & Broadway at OnCue

Sitting Knee Up

a bronze & steel piece by Susan Stamm Evans, 2505 S Kelly, between 15th & 33rd

Spirit of the Prairie

two life size bronzes by David Alan Clark, known as The Thrasher & Next Winter's Bread, Edmond Exchange, 33rd & Broadway

Striker

a bronze by Gary Alsum, 1502 W. Danforth at the Blake Soccer Complex, off Danforth between Santa Fe & Kelly

Substance

a blue powder-coated steel piece by Joe Slack, Kelly median between 15th and 33rd, south of 18th St

We Are The Wolves

a bronze by Kathy Buttry, Santa Fe High School, 1901 W. 15th. St, 15th between Kelly & Santa Fe

Yesterday's Commerce

three murals by Dr. Bob Palmer, west, south & east sides of Sherry's Drug Store, 220 S. Littler
Downtown EdmondTOP

Above It All

a bronze by Sandy Scott, SW corner of Main & Broadway

Biomagnetism

an orange powder-coated steel piece by Mark Leichliter, SE corner of Main and Littler

Centennial Clock, OK Centennial Project

4-faces clock, 2nd & Broadway

Chauncy

a bronze by Jim Budish, 19 N. Broadway, at the corner of Broadway & Hurd

Cobra Lilies

a bronze by Tony Hochstetler, NW corner of Broadway & 1st

Color Crazy Swirl

a kinetic, stainless steel piece by Andrew Carson, 104 S. Broadway

Come Unto Me

a bronze by Rosalind Cook, 15 S. Broadway

Commerce Corner

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, NE corner of Broadway & Hurd in the alley

Country Chic

a bronze by Sandra Van Zandt, 11 S. Broadway, in front of Around the Corner Restaurant

Crane Unfolding

a white powder coated steel piece by Kevin Box, located in the courtyard of the Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Destiny

a bronze by David Pearson, 10 E. Campbell, corner of Broadway and Campbell

Edmond 1989 Centennial Mural

stained, painted and etched glass mural by Marilyn Adams depicting the 1889 Land Run, inside Edmond City Hall, 101 E. 1st

Edmond Scenes

a pen & ink graphic by Glover Shipp, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st

Edmond Stations Land Run Settlers

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer and UCO students, 124 E. 2nd on the side of the building next to First Public Schoolhouse-1889 Territorial School

Edmond's Finest, Edmond's Future

a bronze by Gary Alsum, 100 E. 1st, Public Safety Center

Endurance

a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, Edmond Municipal Court 101 E. 1st, NE corner of Main & Littler

Engage

a fabricated steel piece by Destiny Allison, SW corner of Broadway & 1st

Face Fragment II, III, & IV

bronzes by Susan Evans, 6 N. Broadway, Main & Broadway

Giant Steps

a bronze by Gary Alsum, 1 N. Broadway

Ham & Eggs

a bronze by D.D. Mason, Around the Corner Restaurant, 11 S. Broadway

Historic Edmond Mural

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, Main & Broadway, 2 S. Broadway

Home Delivery

a bronze by Blair Muhlestein, 2nd & Broadway

Humpty Dumpty

a bronze and ceramic piece by Kimber Fiebiger, 7 N. Broadway

i-tse a-da-le-ni-ha

an oil painting by Dennis Johnson, 100 E. 1st St, Public Safety Center

Innocence

a bronze by Daginatvid Pearson, 21 S. Broadway

Jester

a bronze by Victor Issa, NW corner of Broadway & Hurd

Justice

a bronze by Jeannine Young, Edmond Municipal Court 101 E. 1st St

Land's End

a painting by Lorenzo Chavez, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st St

Landscape

an oil painting by Dennis Downey, inside Municipal Court, 101 East 1st St

Leap Frog

a bronze by F. Nada, located in the courtyard of the Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Leaping into History - Kentucky Daisey

a bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, Edmond's Festival Market Place Plaza, 26 W. 1st just west of Broadway

LunchTime Atop the Rockefeller Center

vintage photography and iron piece by Lou Michaels, 10 S. Littler, inside Edmond Planning & Engineering Office

Monet

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Morning Mist

a bronze by David Pearson, 19 N. Broadway, at the corner of Broadway & Hurd

Nesting

a bronze by Rosie Sandifer, 1 E. 1st St, 1st & Broadway

Paper Airplane

also known as Journeys of the Imagination, a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 2 S. Broadway

Pastoral Dreamer

a bronze by David Phelps, 14 S. Broadway

Puffed Up Prince

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, City Complex, SW corner of 1st & Littler

Puppy Love

a bronze by Marianne Caroselli, at 102 S. Broadway, SE corner of 1st & Broadway

River Oak

a painting by Belle Dickerson, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st

Rough Cut Swiss

a bronze and steel piece by David Phelps, SW corner of Main & Broadway in front of Othello's Restaurant

Shannon Miller "Maquette"

a Bronze by Shan Gray, City Administration Building, 7 N Broadway, 7 N Broadway & City Administration Building

Sherlock Holmes

a bronze by Jane DeDecker, 100 E. 1st, Public Safety Center

Silent Desert

a bronze by David Pearson, SW corner of Broadway & Hurd

Song of Songs

a bronze by David Pearson, Keller Williams Office, 30 E. Campbell, between Broadway & Boulevard

Spring

oil painting by Belle Dickerson, inside City First Building, 24 E. 1st St

St. Francis

a bronze by Beverly Steigerwald, 1000 N. Broadway at the Church of the Good Shepherd

Story Time

a bronze by Blair Muhlestein, 1st & Broadway on SW Corner

Table Dancer

a fabricated steel piece with bronze patina by David Coddaire, NE corner of Main & Broadway

The Elm

an Acrylic Painting by Tom Stotts, City Administration Building, 7 N Broadway, 7 N Broadway, City Administration Building

Three Totems

a bronze by Warren Cullar, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Time to Smell the Roses

a bronze piece by Marianne Caroselli, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Unfolding Star

a bronze by Kevin Box, Fine Arts Institute, 27 E. Edwards

Unlimited Horizon

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 111 S. Broadway

Vertigoat

a bronze by Tim Cherry, 7 N. Broadway

Voids & Foliage I

small Cor-Ten Steel piece by Joe Slack, NW corner of Hurd & Broadway

Wishing Well

a bronze by unknown artist, at NE corner of Broadway & Edwards

Woman with Shawl

a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, 32 N. Broadway, Citizens Bank

WPA Mural, "Pre-Settlement Days"

a 1939 mural depicting early Oklahoma by Ila McAfee Turner, inside Edmond City Hall (Council Chambers), 101 E. 1st St

Yellow Ribbon

a bronze by Rich Muno, south end of the Edmond Post Office, 200 N. Broadway, Broadway & Campbell

You Go Girl

a bronze by Jim Budish, 19 E. Hurd in front of Farmers Insurance
University AreaTOP

A Sheep and Lamb

a bronze by Mary Zimmerman, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd, Boulevard & 2nd

Ancient One

a fabricated steel piece by Jimmie Dodson, Jr., median on Boulevard, south of Edwards

Angles

a red powder-coated steel piece by Jim Stewart, median on Boulevard at Hurd

At the Dance

a kinetic, copper & aluminum piece by Dean Imel, south of Washington on Danforth

Backyard Adventure

a bronze by Missy Vandable, located at Bradford Village Retirement Community, 906 N. Boulevard

Balance 1

a bronze by Destiny Allison, Boulevard between Main & Hurd

Breathe

a bronze by David Thummel, UCO's College of Fine Arts and Design, 100 N. University

Broncho Mural "The Land Run of 1889"

by Dr. Bob Palmer and Donna Sandager, a 10' tall, 107' long mural of horses and covered wagons racing for land during the 1889 Land Run, painted on exterior wall of the Communications Building on the campus of UCO

Centennial Clock at UCO

Edmond Centennial Commission Project, a 4-faced clock, UCO's Broncho Lake

Cloned Cube

a green powder-coated steel piece by Joe Slack, at the median north of Wayne and Boulevard

Cougar

a bronze by unknown artist, near the center of UCO campus, 100 N. University

Dancing with the Muse

a bronze by Ted Gall, UCO Campus 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater

Dawn of Hope - Russell Dougherty

a bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, at Russell Dougherty Elementary School, 19 N. Boulevard on the SW corner off Hurd

Double Dipper

a bronze by Mark Lundeen, located at Bradford Village Retirement Community, 906 N. Boulevard

Down Comforter Birds on a Stone Pedestal

a bronze by Paul Rhymer, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd

Early Bird and Harvest Time

two bronzes by L'Deane Trueblood, 201 East 2nd St, First Christian Church

Early Edmond Banking

a mural by Dr. Bob Palmer, east wall at InterBank, 125 E. 1st St, NW corner of Boulevard and 1st

Flight

a bronze by Christopher Domanski, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, East side of campus

Four Seasons

a bronze by Kevin Box, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Center for Transformative Living

Golden Broncho

a bronze, unofficially named "Buddy", Broncho Field house on the campus of UCO serving as mascot for the university

Jazz

a bronze by Gary Alsum, UCO Jazz Lab, 100 E. 5th St

Journey II

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, median near the Edmond Public Library, 10 S. Boulevard

Kinetic Air

a bronze by Rich Muno, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater

Lady Liberty (Centennial Celebration Recast)

a new bronze replica rededicated by Edmond LibertyFest, 2nd & Boulevard

Legacy

limestone, glass, & steel by Greg Reiche, Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce, 825 E. 2nd

Linda Sutcliffe Memorial

a glass etching by Marilyn Adams depicting early librarians and several library buildings, inside lobby of the Edmond Public Library, 10 S. Boulevard

LOVE MY BIKE

a kinetic, stainless steel piece by Amos Robinson, Gossett Park near University Drive

Moses

an abstract bronze by Gibb Singleton, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd

Native Americans

Oil Paintings by Red Bird, Planning Department Lobby, 10 S Littler, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby

New Heights of Knowledge - A Bigger Picture

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 124 E. 2nd St, in front of First Public Schoolhouse-1889 Territorial School

New Heights of Knowledge - Far Away Places

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, 124 East 2nd St, in front of First Public Schoolhouse-1889 Territorial School

Oklahoma Storm

a Pastel Painting by Michelle Beck, Municipal Court Building, 101 E 1st Street, 101 E 1st Street, Municipal Court Building

Olympic & Paralympic Strength

a bronze & steel piece by Jon Hair, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, South lawn in front of UCO Wellness Center

Peace

a bronze by Georgene McGonagle, First Christian Church, 201 E. 2nd St, Boulevard & 2nd

Peace

also known as Plowshares, a bronze by Rich Muno honoring veterans of the military, Stephenson Park, 5th & Boulevard

Royal Red

a bronze by Tim Cherry, 4th & Boulevard

Shakespeare Bench

a bronze by Gary Lee Price, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, Mitchell Hall Theater

Shannon Miller

bronze sculpture by Shan Gray in honor of Shannon Miller, Edmond's renowned Olympic gold gymnast, Shannon Miller Park - S. Jackson St & E. 1st, adjacent to the Edmond Public Library

Six in Red

an Acrylic Painting by Dick Evans, Planning Department lobby, 10 S Littler, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby

Statue of Liberty

8'4" replica made of bronze produced by the Friedly-Voshardt Company, Chicago, Originally located on the north side of the intersection of Boulevard and 2nd in 1951. In 2007 after the recast was placed (Lady Liberty), the original was moved to the Edmond Historical Society & Museum.

Stepping Out

a bronze by Susan Stamm Evans, 325 N. Bryant, west side of Bryant between 2nd & Ayers

Straight and Narrow

a fabricated steel & bronze piece by Lisa Gordon, median on Boulevard, south of Ayers

Symbol Symbol

a steel piece by Mark Briscoe, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, by the pond behind the Nigh Center

Tango

a bronze by Kevin Robb, UCO Jazz Lab, corner of 5th & Littler

The Broncho

an Edmond Centennial Commission Project, a life-sized bronze Broncho statue by Harold T. Holden, entrance to UCO, 2nd & Garland Godfrey Drive

The Good Book

a bronze by Mark Lundeen, Special Services Building, 215 N. Boulevard, NW corner of Boulevard and Campbell

The Port Authority

a bronze by Scott Shaffer, UCO Campus, 100 N. University, University Center by pond

The Reader

a life-size bronze by Mary Lou Gresham, Edmond Public Library 10 S. Boulevard

Touch the Clouds

a bronze by Dave McGary, UCO, west of Garland Godfrey entrance on 2nd

Triangles

a red powder-coated steel piece by Jim Stewart, median north of Colcord and Boulevard

Truth Seeker

a bronze patina by Gregory Reade, NE corner of Campbell & Boulevard

Twin Stars

a stainless steel piece by Kevin Robb, south of Danforth on Boulevard

Twirl at the Dance

a kinetic, copper piece by Dean Imel, Boulevard, in median north of Thatcher

Twisted House

a Watercolor Painting by Arnie Anderson, Planning Department Lobby, 10 S Littler, 10 S Littler, Planning Department lobby

UCO's 125th Anniversary Commemorative

graphic panels by Chris Domanski, 100 N. University Drive, east of College of Education

Voids & Foliage II

large Cor-Ten Steel piece by Joe Slack, the median at Boulevard & Lincoln

Water Bearer II

a bronze by Shirley Thomson-Smith, entrance of the Edmond Historical Society & Museum, 431 S. Boulevard, near 5th & Boulevard

Window to the Soul

a stone, glass & steel piece by Greg Reiche, located on Boulevard north of Main

Zephyr

a bronze by Tom Woodward, Median at Boulevard and Bowman, south of Danforth