From a distance the piece looks similar to Pegasus, but up close the birds are fighting for the sitting spot and the horse is rearing.
Dream of Flight
by Jim Maher
Dream of Flight expresses the universal human desire of flight, both literally and as a metaphor, and to pursue that idea through a Native American context.
Christ in the Wilderness
by Bobbie Carlyle
Christ in the Wilderness represents the struggles of choices that come upon us in our lives, with all their mild to severe ramifications that could bring us to the edge of a cliff to prove our spirituality by either a surrendering to temptations or the elevating of the soul.
by Jacque Frazee
While searching for material in a junk yard, I found an old farm implement with pieces that were vertical, full of gears and rusty. I saw a bird; the body, neck and upper pieces of the leg.
by Craig Snyder
Birds of a feather are mad together.
by Carl Sean McMahon
Sentinel captures the rendition of an eagle on guard.
Book of Life
by Osamede Obazee
The historical characteristic life of family transcendency (generation of family history).
by Chris Powell
Sioux Falls is the greatest city on earth!
by Deb Zelenak
When I’m out walking and I need a break, I like to pick a spot to rest where there is something interesting to observe.
by Gregory Johnson
The cranes are named after the sand covered hills of the Platte River. Mates call in unison, the female responding twice to the male’s one call. They have two babies at a time called colts.
Alice In Wonderland
by Lance Carleton
You can imagine the Mad Hatter, Alice and all of the other characters dancing around with you and your family as they enjoy this really comfortable bench.
Contact USF Assistant Art Professor Ceca Cooper with inquiries about purchasing a SculptureWalk piece.