The installation of new sculptures on Kenosha’s Sculpture Walk-HarborPark started Wednesday and will continue today.
Eleven new works will be installed for the exhibition, which changes every two years.
Here’s a look at the new sculptures:
“Twist” by Michael Young of Chicago, is a stainless steel work, sponsored by Mary Tunkieicz. It is 11 feet by 3.5 feet by 4 feet.
“Flambay” by Ted Garner of Chicago, is a galvanized welded steel work sponsored by Abratron. It is 18.5 feet by 4 feet by 4 feet.
“Magic” by John Adduci of Chicago is an aluminum piece sponsored by The Kloss Foundation. It is 9.5 feet by 12 feet by 10 feet.
“Xuberant!” by Craig Snyder of Plymouth, Minn., is a painted stainless steel work sponsored by John and Shawna Neal. It is 10 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet.
“Both Sides” by Maureen Gray of Interlochen, Mich., is an aluminum and stainless steel work sponsored by the Kenosha Community Foundation. It is 8 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet.
“Newly Discovered” by Trenton Baylor of Caledonia is a painted welded steel and cast aluminum work sponsored by Snap-on Inc. It is 12.5 feet by 11 feet by 9 feet.
“Moose” by Paul Bobrowitz of Colgate is a rusted metal work sponsored by Uline. It is 9.5 feet by 6 feet by 4.5 feet.
“Here” by Ruth Aizuss Midgal of Chicago is a painted stainless steel work sponsored by the Kenosha Area Visitors and Convention Bureau. It is 14 feet by 8 feet by 4 feet.
“Celestial Trio” by Bruce Niemi of Kenosha is a stainless steel work sponsored by Dr. Clifford and Gladys Peterson. It is 17 feet by 7 feet by 5.5 feet.
“On Balance” by Paul Bobrowitz of Colgate is a rusted and stainless steel work sponsored by Patricia Petretti. It is 28 feet by 9 feet by 8 feet.
“Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial” by Bruce Niemi of Kenosha is a stainless steel piece sponsored by the city of Kenosha. It is 20 feet by 8.5. feet by 3 feet.
Four sculptures are permanent parts of the exhibit:
David Floyd’s “Millennium Gate”
Dan Blue’s “S.S. Kenosha”
Michael Martino’s “Christopher Columbus”
Frank Colicki’s “Lone Soldier Memorial”