He has over 25 years of combined industry experience. Directions This large (16'L x 10'W x 12'H) abstract sculpture of stainless steel and bronze is by Fisher Stolz, Washington, Illinois.This sculpture, exhibited in Chicago’s Grant Park prior to here, complements the contemporary architecture of the convention center.Mentored by some of the best instructors, he has developed his own unique style.He received a bachelor's degree in engineering from Purdue University.This life-size bronze sculpture depicting a young Native American woman expressing the ideology of concerns for the environment was created by Colorado sculptor Denny Haskew.Haskew has other works of public art in Owensboro, including "Love Song," a bronze and stone sculpture purchased in 2005 from the art museum's Riverbend Sculpture Biennial by Wax Works, Inc., and installed on East Second Street.It features a rider with a top hat that's about a foot tall and a big handlebar mustache on the bicycle seat, in part to keep people from climbing onto the top of the sculpture.It doubles as a bicycle rack for people who ride their bikes downtown.
Bright also has made a life-size bronze of professional basketball player Julius Erving, which stands at the entrance of the Spectrum Arena in Philadelphia.
Installation sites include the cities of Aurora and Loveland, CO, and Cerritos, CA; Eastern Illinois University; Potawatomi Museum, Oklahoma; Wolf Creek Indian Village and Museum, VA; IBM Corporation; W. Kellogg Foundation and the Danny Thomas Collection, Nashville, TN. Directions This bronze bust was sculpted by Barney Bright of Louisville.
Bright is arguably the single most influential Louisville artist of the second half of the 20th century; a sculptor of such great facility and grace that his bronze statues seem often to belong more in the wind than anchored in terra firma.
Daviess County has many fine pieces of public art scattered throughout the City of Owensboro and outer regions.
Please peruse the list below and use the interactive map to get directions to something that catches your eye!