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Sculpture Walk - HarborPark

Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha
Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha
Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha
Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha
Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha
Sculpture Walk - HarborPark in Kenosha

The Sculpture Walk runs along the harbor and features a dozen inspiring works of art for all to enjoy. The Kenosha Community Foundation Arts Fund coordinates the Sculpture Walk—HarborPark. The sculptures are fully funded through private donations. Every two years, the current sculptures are removed and the new sculptures are installed. A majority of the exhibit is along the HarborPark promenade.

The 2019-21 exhibit was installed September 2019:

These are located in HarborPark along the harbor, east of 54th Street and Sixth Avenue:

“Flambay” by Ted Garner of Chicago, IL

18.5’ x 4’ x 4’

Sponsor: Abatron

 

“Magic” by John Adduci of Chicago, IL

9.5’ x 12’ x 10’

Sponsor: The Kloss Foundation

 

“Both Sides” by Maureen Gray of Interlochen, MI

8’ x 3’ x 3’

Sponsor: Kenosha Community Foundation

 

“Newly Discovered” by Trenton Baylor of Caledonia, WI

12.5’ x 11’ x 9’

Sponsor: Snap-on

 

“Moose” by Paul Bobrowitz of Colgate, WI

9.5’ x 6’ x 4.5’

Sponsor: Uline

 

“Here” by Ruth Aizuss Migdal of Chicago, IL

14’ x 8’ x 4’

Sponsor: Kenosha Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

 

“Celestial Trio” by Bruce Niemi of Kenosha, WI

17’ x 7’ x 5.5’

Sponsor: Dr. Peterson

 

“On Balance” by Paul Bobrowitz of Colgate, WI

28’ x 9’ x 8’

Sponsor: Trish Petretti

 

“Xuberant!" by Craig Snyder of Plymouth, MN

10’ x 3’ x 3’

Sponsor: John and Shawna Neal

 

Also:

“Twist” by Michael Young of Chicago, IL

11’ x 3.5’ x 4’

Sponsor: Mary Tunkieicz

Location: In front of Kenosha Water Utility, 100 51st Place, on Simmons Island

 

“Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial” by Bruce Niemi of Kenosha, WI

17’ x 7’ x 5.5’

Sponsor: City of Kenosha

Location: Civic Center Park, 900 57th Street

 

The pieces join David Floyd’s sculpture “Millennium Gate,” the “S.S. Kenosha” by Dan Blue, and a bronze Christopher Columbus fountain, which welcomes guests to Celebration Place. Sculpted by former Kenosha resident Michael Martino, the fountain symbolizes the connection between Kenosha and one of its sister cities, Cosenza, Italy.

Additional public art pieces can be found throughout HarborPark, including Place de Douai, located just south of the Kenosha Public Museum on 56th Street & 2nd Avenue.  Place de Douai showcases the Wallace Fountain, donated by the citizens of Douai, France, another sister city of Kenosha. The Kiwanis Club of Kenosha donated a towering clock that also stands in Place de Douai.

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