Lyra

Artist: Bruce White
Location: Burns Park

This aluminum sculpture consists of three legs that intertwine to create an interlocking abstract design.  Originally painted blue, the sculpture that was dedicated in 1980, now maintains a brown patina.  Bruce White’s sculptures are created out of materials that lend themselves to permanence.  His outdoor sculptures can be found throughout the country, from Texas to Wisconsin, and Florida to California.  His work can be found at Chicago’s O’Hare airport and in the country of Sweden. Bruce White’s work has been described as “an elegant union of ancient symbolism and contemporary science.” His preferred materials are stainless steel and aluminum, although he has created works in bronze and granite.

 

Burns Park

Mary of the Angels Chapel

Mary of the Angels Chapel

Dancers – Sculpture

Dancers – Sculpture

Anidonts

Anidonts

The La Crosse Players

The La Crosse Players

Hiawatha

Hiawatha

A Simpler Time

A Simpler Time

Family – Sculpture

Family – Sculpture

Eagle Landmark – Sculpture

Eagle Landmark – Sculpture

Veterans Memorial Field Eagle – Sculpture

Veterans Memorial Field Eagle – Sculpture

Herons of La Crosse Sculptures

Herons of La Crosse Sculptures

King Gambrinus

King Gambrinus

An Educator’s Tools – Sculpture

An Educator’s Tools – Sculpture

The Four Muses

The Four Muses

Fledgling – Sculpture

Fledgling – Sculpture

Ellen Hixon

Ellen Hixon

Boy with Butterfly

Boy with Butterfly

Harmony and Peace

Harmony and Peace

Reflections

Reflections

Invitation to Imagination – Sculpture

Invitation to Imagination – Sculpture

Le Pineau – Sculpture

Le Pineau – Sculpture

Ribbon V – Sculpture

Ribbon V – Sculpture

Adolf and Helga Gundersen

Adolf and Helga Gundersen

Lyra

Lyra

Dancing Francis

Dancing Francis

Gideon Hixon

Gideon Hixon

Water Over the Dam

Water Over the Dam

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Hixon Memorial

Hixon Memorial

Confluence

Confluence

Dancing Clare

Dancing Clare