Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Walker Art Center--page 6 (of six)





All of the wonderful photographs on these six pages were taken by my brother, Douglas Miller, who generously photographed them for my website. He owns the copyright. If you have any interest in these images, please contact him directly: Doug Miller


Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen

Spoonbridge and Cherry, aluminum, stainless steel, paint, 1985-1988
 
The spoon weighs 5,800 pounds and the cherry 1,200 pounds. See Index for other works by this team on this site.
 
 

Center: George Segal

Walking Man, bronze, 1988

Right: Richard Serra

Five Plates, Two Poles, Cor-Ten steel, 1971
 

Judith Shea

Without Words, bronze, marble, limestone, 1988
 

Jonathan Silver

Wounded Amazon, bronze, 1982-1983
 

Tony Smith

Amaryllis, Cor-Ten steel, paint, 1965/1968
Kelly's Double Curve is in the background.
 

Alene Grossman Memorial Arbor and Flower Garden Designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1988

 

Jackie Winsor

Paul Walter's Piece, copper, creosoted wood, 1975


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