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Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans
Located on the Courthouse Square, 234 Washington St, Columbus, IN 47201

Twenty five limestone pillars, each 40-feet high, in a five-by-five grid, comprise the Bartholomew County Memorial for Veterans. Engraved on the columns are the names of those who gave their lives, along with excerpts from selected correspondence. Though large, the piece offers a meditative and intimate experience from the letters...
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Bike Racks

Even the bike racks in Columbus are artistic, and connect to the city's brand (note the resemblance to the "C" at the top left corner of this website). The community has embraced them so much that businesses throughout the city have purchased their own to proudly use and display. You...
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Celebration
405 Hope Ave , Columbus, IN 47201

This whimsical piece features children in flight. Gary Price created the work which is on display inside the lobby of Foundation for Youth. The artist writes, "Imagine a world without limits, without boundaries, without prejudice and blame. Imagine an existence full of self-confidence, self-esteem and not only tolerance, but love...
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Counterpoint sculpture

Counterpoint, by Bloomington sculptor Dale Enochs, was created in 2014 specifically for the Columbus Indiana Sculpture Biennial. It is fabricated from Indiana limestone, power coated steel, stainless steel hardware, and gold leaf. It stands over 14' tall and is installed in Robert Garton Plaza.
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Daquqi
Robert Garton Plaza, 2nd Street,

This nine-ton sculpture by Peter Lundberg takes its name from a Rumi poem. The piece is made of concrete and stainless steel, and the stainless steel has been ground with circular patterns by the artist. Lundberg is widely acclaimed for his monumental concrete and steel sculptures. and also respected for...
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Flamenco

Created by artist Ruth Aizuss Migdal in 2010 in Chicago. The abstract, painted steel sculpture is part of the Columbus Sculpture Biennial and is displayed at the corner of The Commons.
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