Harmony and Peace

Artist: Luis Arata
Location: Viterbo University, 900 Viterbo Drive

Built in 1983, this piece of art is a 12′ tall steel sculpture enameled in a bright red/orange hue.  As a non-objective sculpture, the viewer may provide an imaginary subject of their own.  The sculptor, Luis Arata, also sculpted “Anidont” man and dog in abstract steel, in Myrick Park.  Arata is from New England, but found inspiration in the beauty of our Mississippi River valley.  Located on the corner of 9th and Mississippi streets, this sculpture is a fixture within Viterbo University.

 

Viterbo University

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Fledgling – Sculpture

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Ribbon V – Sculpture

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Anidonts

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Hiawatha

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The Four Muses

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The La Crosse Players

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Harmony and Peace

Harmony and Peace

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Hixon Memorial

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Invitation to Imagination – Sculpture

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Lyra

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Dancers – Sculpture

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Boy with Butterfly

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Family – Sculpture

Family – Sculpture

Dancing Francis

Dancing Francis

Confluence

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