Location: Reed-Keppler Park 129 West National Street The Trinita metal sculpture is located in the Gardens.
Location: Reed-Keppler Park 129 West National Street Rising Inspirations, designed by local artist Judy Webster and donated by Ball Horticultural, was created at the Gardens at Ball. Native American culture incorporated the standing stones to mark a trail or territory. Normally, the stones would not be more than several feet tall, but Rising Inspirations was created […]
Location: Sesquicentennial Park 474 Main Street Dedication Program – .pdf 700kb Dedication Message from Anni Holm, West Chicago Cultural Arts Commission Chairperson – .pdf 25kb We have a River. Not a River in the natural sense of water, but a River of steel wheels, of people and freight. A River that flows in both directions […]
In 2014, West Chicago-based artist Anni Holm, collaborated with the people of West Chicago to photograph hands that represent this community. All the hands were then cut out digitally and layered to create this mural. Approximately 950 people have had a hand in this piece, so to speak.
Location: 203 Turner Court About the Artist: Patricia M. Murphy is a 1963 graduate of West Chicago Community High School. She attended Columbia College, Chicago, receiving a M.A. in Interdisciplinary Art, and the School of the Art Institute, receiving a M.F.A. for Work in Sculpture. Patricia has curated and produced 49 exhibitions, including work with […]