La Crosse Players

Artist: Elmer Peterson
Location: Main Street, Civic Plaza

Welded COR-TEN steel, life-size Native American figures engage in the game played on the prairie in this vicinity and for which La Crosse is said to be named.  Elmer Peterson is best known for his sculpture “World’s Largest Buffalo” in Jamestown North Dakota.  La Crosse has more public works of art by Elmer than any other artist.  He led the downtown La Crosse Sculpture Project committee.  This artist’s sculptures can be found throughout the city and inside the Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center as well as hanging from the Good Shepard Lutheran Church (Good Shepard Statue).

 

Civic Plaza

Fledgling – Sculpture

Fledgling – Sculpture

Eagle Landmark – Sculpture

Eagle Landmark – Sculpture

Dancers – Sculpture

Dancers – Sculpture

Water Over the Dam

Water Over the Dam

Gideon Hixon

Gideon Hixon

Anidonts

Anidonts

Le Pineau – Sculpture

Le Pineau – Sculpture

Dancing Francis

Dancing Francis

The Four Muses

The Four Muses

Invitation to Imagination – Sculpture

Invitation to Imagination – Sculpture

King Gambrinus

King Gambrinus

Dancing Clare

Dancing Clare

Herons of La Crosse Sculptures

Herons of La Crosse Sculptures

Hixon Memorial

Hixon Memorial

Hiawatha

Hiawatha

Mary of the Angels Chapel

Mary of the Angels Chapel

The La Crosse Players

The La Crosse Players

Ribbon V – Sculpture

Ribbon V – Sculpture

Veterans Memorial Field Eagle – Sculpture

Veterans Memorial Field Eagle – Sculpture

Ellen Hixon

Ellen Hixon

An Educator’s Tools – Sculpture

An Educator’s Tools – Sculpture

Adolf and Helga Gundersen

Adolf and Helga Gundersen

Family – Sculpture

Family – Sculpture

Boy with Butterfly

Boy with Butterfly

Harmony and Peace

Harmony and Peace

Lyra

Lyra

Confluence

Confluence

A Simpler Time

A Simpler Time

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Reflections

Reflections