All Gave Some-Some Gave All, 2004
This sculpture is dedicated in honor of our fallen heroes – past, present and future.
George Goddard and Jon Lumpkin
A Simple Act of Kindness, 2006
Presented by William Bradley Turner
1140 Broadway, CB & T Courtyard
In 2006, George was commissioned by Bill Turner to create a sculpture about the history of how CB&…
Architectural Quilt…Bits and Pieces of Columbus, Georgia, 2015
At 12th St. East & Broadway
Blue Heron’s Nest, 2014
At the Zipline
On Bay Avenue
A project of Uptown Columbus, the nest was built at the base of the tower and finished in ten days. Upon completion, the nest was flown by crane for final place…
Duke Oursler Broadway Arcade
All the Above, 2008
At Broadway Arcade, between 11th & 12th St.
My process of making, directly informs my artwork. I am drawn to the visceral and physical conne…
Cabinet of Curiosities, 2014
On the Median at 11th St. & Broadway
Butch Anthony is a self taught artist, buil…
Ceramics, wood and steel
Kelsi Jackson is a senior student at Columbus State University focusing on ceramics. Her work relates to nature and science. Kelsi is interested in how systems work in rel…
George Goddard and Jon Lumpkin
In honor of Harry Kamensky
On 1st Avenue in the median between 11th and 10th Street.
George Goddard was born in Griffin, Georgia and grew up on Sea Island, Georgia. He worked …
Marc Moulton is currently the Assistant Professor of Art in Sculpture and MFA Graduate Director at Georgia Sout…
Concrete, Mild Steel
Generation is derived from Underwood’s personal experiences and memories of Columbus. Having been born and raised in this city, she has seen Columbus go through many cha…
Here and Now, 2013
Steel and Aluminum
13th St. West & Broadway
Here and Now is a monolith inspired by astronomical phenomenon and its’ influence on the progression of man kind. Stars and naturally oc…
Untitled, (Columbus, GA), 2014
Hense lives and works in Atlanta.
Statement from the artist:
“With this project, I really like to use the existing architecture and environment as inspiration for the direction of the painting. While i…
George Goddard (1932-2011)
Hydro Form, 2007
On the corner of 10th St. & Broadway
George Goddard was born in Griffin, Georgia and grew up on Sea Island, Georgia where he developed his love of landscape. He traveled ex…
As a sculptor, Garley is intrigued by shape, mass, volume and surface. In the creation of “Junction,” she was inspired by the history of Columbus. She sees “Junction” as a symbolic portal tha…
Mickey Watcher, 2006
Powder coated aluminum and steel
On the Median at 11th St. & Broadway
Primarily a Public Art sculptor, Jim Collins sculpture style uses silhou…
The Thompson –Pound Art Program (TAP)
The Peace Tree, 2007
Steel and stainless steel
At 1148 Broadway on the corner of 12th & Broadway
The Thompson –Pound Art Program (TAP) have contributed to the SculptureWalk with two collaborative …
At 910 Broadway
George Goddard was born in Griffin, Georgia and grew up on Sea Island, Georgia where he developed his love of landscape. He traveled extensively all over …
Susan Geissler began her art career in 1984, after schooling in Fine Arts, and working as an anatomical illustrator, graphic designer and art history researcher. Between 1…
Memory Bomb, 2012
On the Median between 11th & 12th St.
Adam Walls has taught at UNCP since 2007. His previous teaching experience includes Limestone College, USC-Upstate, and an a…
Paddle Wave, 2007
At 1138 Broadway
Christopher Fennell grew up in Florida doing construction work, then got an engineering degree from the University of S…
In the RiverCenter
Junichi Arai designed and fabricated the components of Reflection in Japan, then came to the RiverCenter and installed the work in 2001. During prior visits to Columbus, Arai had spent consid…
Steel and bronze
Phoenix is an acknowledgement of the industrial progression of a southern river town and its many reinventions.
Jon Lumpkin was born in Columbus, GA. He studied a…
Saturday Distraction, 2007
Saturday Distraction features a young, lanky, active child lost in the wonder of a book and a dog ready to pounce on a dripping ice cream cone. The animal adds an extra le…
Sleeping Swan, 2012
13th St. North & Broadway
Mark Priest is currently a student at Columbus State University Department of Art with a focus on Sculpture.
The swan is a symbol of …
The Evolution of the Cotton Plant
In Honor of the 100th birthday of the Bradley Company founded in 1985.
Hand Forged Iron Archway
At 1041 Front Avenue
Given to the W C Bradley Co.by Columbus Bank and Trust Company in honor of the Centennial.
Enamel Coated Steel
13th St. South & Broadway
Gabrielle Garley places emphasis on the aesthetic experience and the process of creation. Her paintings and sculptures are a visual manifestation of her experie…
The Soil Was Not Overly Loose, 2009
Steel and concrete
At 12th St. & Broadway
Paul Howe was born in Patchogue, NY in 1987. He received his BFA in sculpture at SUNY in Plattsburgh, NY in 2009. Howe’s…
Three Material/Passage Monuments, 2013
Mild Steel and Cedar
Sander’s sculptures are marker for the passage of time. As a sculptor, Sanders is interested in the transformation of the materials as they are exposed to time and weat…
Untitled (Landscapes), 2014
Zach is a senior student at Columbus State University studying sculpture. He was recently an Artist in Residence at Signal Fire at the Sierra Mountains in California.
Untitled No. 4, 2014
Keith Smith connects the relationship between art and science. His work uses repetitive patterns and forms to reflect the macro and microscopic visual language in nature.
After a lifetime as a painter, in 1968, J. Seward Johnson, Jr., turned his talents to the medium of sculpture. Since then, more than 200 of Johnson’s lifesize cast bronze figures have been featured in private collections in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia, as well as prominent places in the public realm such as the Rockefeller Center and the World Trade Center in New York City and Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, Canada. Johnson’s most dramatic work — and also his largest — is the 70’ aluminum giant entitled “The Awakening.” This sculpture was selected for the International Sculpture Conference Exhibition and is sited in Washington, D.C. on a long term loan. Subsequent exhibitions include: the Galleria Ca D’oro, Piazza di Spagna, Rome, the RW Norton Art Museum, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the Wave Hill Sculpture Park, the Jacksonville Art Museum, at Yale University, and solo exhibitions in Connecticut, New Jersey, Texas, California, New York, Washington, D.C., as well as in Mexico and Canada. Corporate collectors include the Nike Corporation, Arthur Andersen, Dial, Commerz Bank, and The Trammell Crow Company. Two exhibitions of Johnson’s realistic sculptures are now touring in major European cities and will continue throughout the next year.
Columbus- The Story of Four Images of the Man, 1993
Richard Beyer and Mark Reavis
Richard Beyer, known for his connection to the human spirit, and often decorated famous Seattle sculpture “Waiting on the Interurban”, was no…
Confederate Monument, 1879
Erected by the Ladies of the Memorial Association to honor fallen confederate soldiers.
Faces of Columbus
CSU Students’ Photo Wall
The Faces of Columbus is a public artwork by Art Project (AP). This collaborative group that is composed of students, faculty and alumni of the Department of Art at CSU. Our mission for this specifi…
Fountain for Man and Beast
On the median, at 10th & Broadway
Tri-level fountain made of wrought iron was built to accommodate a man, horse and dog. This is the oldest foundation in Columbus.
The Fountain at the First Baptist Church
Originally built for the Rayborn Building in Washington, D.C., later sold to First Baptist. It is to match a bell enclosed by a templet, located on a small plot adjacent to the chu…
Lenora Myers Starling Fountain
At the intersection of Buena Vista Rd. Wynnton Rd.
Dedicated in December, 1929 to the memory of Leonora Myers Sarling, who, according to the Columbus Ledger, moved to Columbus with her husband and became a “leader in civic, social and religious circles here. She was a pioneer in the Christian Science faith in Columbus and was active in numerous charitable endeavors.” It went on to say that she met her “tragic death while engaged in an errand of mercy.”
Another article notes that the fountain is a “beautiful memorial to a beautiful life…one of the permanent attractions and adornments of Wynnton.” The fountain was commissioned by her niece, and was carved in Italy. Many today mistakenly say that the figure gazes toward Ft. Benning, but the contemporary description was this: “the majestic figure of a woman poised in the attitude of soaring through space. One hand shields her eyes, as she gazes into the future.”
John Beverly Amos
He lived a happy life and hoped he made a difference to his fellow man.
Richard Beyer, known for his connection to the human spirit, and often decorated famous Seattle sculpture “Waiting on the Interurban”, was not a classically trained artist, his goal was to make art that people would love. His great passion was public art.
Entrepreneur John B. Amos, together with his brothers William and Paul, founded American Family Life Assurance Company (now AFLAC) in 1955. “Mr. John”, and his wife Elena, supported a variety of causes in and around Columbus, including bringing the U.S. Army’s Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (WHINSEC) to Fort Benning from Fort Gulick in the Panama Canal Zone in 1984. They also promoted Latin American studies. After being diagnosed with lung cancer, Amos chaired a capital campaign to establish a top tier cancer treatment center. Ultimately placed on its own Columbus campus, it is The John B. Amos Cancer Center.
In Honor of Our Veterans, 1991
May this eternal flame burn forever in memory of the brave and patriotic members of the armed forces who sacrificed so much to ensure the freedom of our great nation. Dedicated by the citizens of Columbus.
In the Promenade on Front Ave.
Donation from the Council of Garden Clubs in Columbus.
Old Courthouse Fountain
Installed in 1980
Donated to the city by Columbus Water Works, moved to this location in the late 1960s to make room for the government building.
Promenade Fountain, 1976
Dedicated to the citizens of this nation who have worked together for 200 years.
The Box Fountain
At the Chamber of Commerce
1200 6th Avenue
Installed in 1989
Material: Cast Iron, Concrete and Marble
Forged in Richmond, Virginia in the 1850s, this four tiered, cast iron fountain adds historic appeal to th…
Gary M. Gullatte, Landscape Architect
Will Barnes, Architect
Interactive Children’s Fountain/Splash Pad, 2014
Given in honor of William B. Turner on the occasion of his 90th birthday, by his children.
Children’s Fountain at Woodruff Park
The Liberty Bell
Install Date: 1976
Copper and Tin
Gazebo at the Promenade on First Avenue
The Liberty Bell is an exact replica of the historical landmark. Donated by Columbus Bank and Trust, it weighs 2080 pounds and is composed of 83% copper and 17% tin, identical metal formula as the original. When rung, the bell can be heard up to eight miles away.
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Untitled (Landscapes), 2014 – Zach Tittell
Sleeping Swan, 2012 – Mark Priest
Here and Now, 2013 – Zach Tittell
Splash, 2014 – Gabrielle Garley
Untitled No. 4, 2014 – Keith Smith
The Soil Was Not Overly Loose, 2009 – Paul Howe
The Holy Family – Wyndell Taylor
A Simple Act of Kindness, 2006 – George Goddard
Paddle Wave, 2007 – Christopher Fennell
Generation, 2013 – Kaitlyn Underwood
All the Above, 2008 – Duke Oursler
MICKEY WATCHER, 2006 – Jim Collins
Community, 2015 – Kelsi Jackson
Cabinet of Curiosities, 2014 – Butch Anthony
Saturday Distraction, 2007 – Sherri Treeby
Untitled, 2014 – Gregory Johnson
Lithosere, 2009 – George Goddard
Phoenix, 2008 – Jon Lumpkin
Mayflower, 2007 – Susan Geissler
Flight, 1996 – George Goddard & Jon Lumpkin
All Gave Some-Some Gave All, 2004 – Richard Rist
In honor of our Veterans, 1991 – Richard Rist
Garden, 2008 – Marc Moulton
Untitled – T.J. Sanders
Drama – Hans Muhr
Junction, 2013 – Gabrielle Garley
Reflection, 2001 – Junichi Arai
The Evolution of the Cotton Plant, 1985 – Dimitri Gerakaris
Blue Heron’s Nest, 2014 – John Schley
When Now Becomes Then, 2013 – J. Steward Johnson Jr.
Splash Pad – Will Barnes & Gary Gullatt
Military Service Walk – Will Barnes & Gary Gullatt
John Beverly Amos – Lisa McCoy
Columbus – The Story of Four Images of the Man – Richard Beyer & Mark Reavis
A Postcard from Columbus -Mural- Mike Howard, 2017
Heritage Park – George Goddard & Jon Lumpkin
The Othell Hand Fountain – Phil Johnson
The Liberty Bell, 1976
PhotoPlay – Commissioned by MidTown, Inc. – John Schwan
Post for Peace and Justice – Kira Corser, CSU Department Art Education Students and Spencer High School Art Students
Intertwine – Ashley Colber
Powerboxes – Ralph Frank Jr.
Lakebottom Park Bandshell Murals– Hadley Mattwig, Ashley Colbert, and Gazzi Holloway
Troy University Trojan Warrior – Dr. Huo Bao Zhu
Troy University Phoenix – Dr. Huo Bao Zhu
Powerhouse – Michael McFalls and poet Nick Norwood
Welcome the Dragonflies – Michael Vaughn Sims
CSU Fall Line – Pard Morrison
Columbus Together 2017 Mural – Butch Anthony and R.C. Hagans
Columbus Together 2017 Mural – Sally Bradley
Columbus Together 2017 Mural – Garry Pound
Columbus Together 2017 Mural – Najee Dorsey