Visual Interest at Every Turn: More than 40 Public Art Pieces
Columbus, Indiana's world-class public art compliments the collection of modern architecture for which the city is known. The newest installation of public art is Dale Chihuly's bold and colorful Sun Garden Panels in Suspended Circle. It is located at the Columbus Learning Center. (Also see Chihuly's Yellow Neon Chandelier & Persians on display at the Columbus Visitors Center.)
In addition to these masterpieces, loaned sculptures by nationally-known artists are on display throughout the downtown.
Columbus Regional Hospital
2400 17th Street
This limestone sculpture, by Indiana artist Todd Frahm, illustrates a dove emerging from the flood. The piece was dedicated to mark the aftermath of a devastating 2008 flood. It was dedicated to the caring staff, physicians, and volunteers who endur...
Bartholomew County Public Library Plaza
536 5th Street
The arch was created by English Sculptor Henry Moore and is 20 feet tall, 12 feet wide and weighs 5 and ½ tons in 1971. It was sandcast in bronze in 50 sections in West Germany. He was inspired by nature and created the centerpiece for the library pl...