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Abbey, The Joaquin Miller House (Alameda County, California)
American Revolution Statuary (Washington, District of Columbia)
Astoria Victory Monument (Clatsop County, Oregon)
Atalaya (Georgetown County, South Carolina)
Ave Maria Grotto (Cullman County, Alabama)
A garden setting for 125 miniature reproductions of some of the most famous religious structures of the world.
Aviary at the Houston Zoo (Harris County, Texas)
Baughman Memorial Park (Muskingum County, Ohio)
Belle Vista (Passaic County, New Jersey)
Bluesmobile (Will County, Illinois)
Boll Weevil Monument (Coffee County, Alabama)
A prominent landmark and tribute erected by the citizens of Enterprise in 1919 to show their appreciation to an insect, the boll weevil.
Brookgreen Gardens (Georgetown County, South Carolina)
Buckeye Park Gate (Bexar County, Texas)
Burma Shave signs (Yavapai County, Arizona)
Cadillac Ranch (Potter County, Texas)
Call of the River (Benton County, Washington)
Chauvin Sculpture Garden & Art (Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana)
Work of self-taught artisan, Kenny Hill, gifted to Nicholls State University Art Studio
Cheekwood (Davidson County, Tennessee)
Chief Red Bird Memorial (Calumet County, Wisconsin)
Statue to the memory of Red Bird, Chief of the Winnebago
Chief Shakes Historic Site (Wrangell Borough, Alaska)
Chinese Sunken Garden Gate (Bexar County, Texas)
Civil War Monuments in Washington, DC (Washington, District of Columbia)
Cloud Gate (Cook County, Illinois)
Stainless steel public sculpture
Coit Memorial Tower (San Francisco County, California)
Collyer Monument (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Columbus (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Column Segments of the Old Capitol (Marion County, Oregon)
Confederate Park (Butler County, Alabama)
Coral Castle (Miami-Dade County, Florida)
Crazy Horse Memorial (Pennington County, South Dakota)
The Crazy Horse Memorial is still being built.
Cuban Friendship Urn (Washington, District of Columbia)
Cushman Tavern (Androscoggin County, Maine)
Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta (Fulton County, Georgia)
Dads' Gates (Lane County, Oregon)
Daniel Morgan Monument (Spartanburg County, South Carolina)
Revolutionary War Monument in Spartanburg, SC
Dawn of Day (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
The first of Clarence Shaler's sculptures donated to Waupun
Dickeyville Grotto (Grant County, Wisconsin)
The work of a self-taught artisan, the Dickeyville Grotto is a collection of concrete sculptures, structures and shrines dedicated to God and patriotism.
Dinosaur Park (Pennington County, South Dakota)
Doe and Fawn (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
Durward's Glen (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
A retreat and conference center in the Baraboo Hills
East and West Potomac Parks (Washington, District of Columbia)
Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park (Rogers County, Oklahoma)
Eddingston Court (Jefferson County, Texas)
End of the Trail (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
One of the most famous sculptures in America, located in Waupun
Ernest Hüpeden's Painted Forest (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
Simple white frame building with walls and ceiling covered with murals
Fence at Alamo Cement Company (Bexar County, Texas)
Forevertron (Sauk County, Wisconsin)
World's Largest Scrap Iron Sculpture
Fountain at Alamo Cement Company (Bexar County, Texas)
Fremont Rocket (King County, Washington)
Rocket Sculpture 53' tall installed in 1991
Garden of Eden (Russell County, Kansas)
Gazebo for Alber Steves (Kendall County, Texas)
Gazebo for James Richard Marmion (Brazoria County, Texas)
George Rogers Clark Sculpture (Albemarle County, Virginia)
Gibraltar (New Castle County, Delaware)
Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village (Ventura County, California)
Grandview (Iowa County, Wisconsin)
A sculpture garden created by Nick and Katherine Englebert from 1937 through the 1950s.
Hartman Rock Garden (Clark County, Ohio)
The work of self-taught artisan, Harry George “Ben” Hartman
Hermann Monument (Brown County, Minnesota)
Howard Finster's Paradise Gardens (Chattooga County, Georgia)
Humboldt Park (Cook County, Illinois)
Hydaburg Totem Park (Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area, Alaska)
Indian Creek State Park (San Juan County, Utah)
Indiana World War Memorial Plaza (Marion County, Indiana)
Inscription Rock (Erie County, Ohio)
Itasca Rock Garden (Freeborn County, Minnesota)
The creation of a self-taught artisan
James Gibbons Cardinal (Washington, District of Columbia)
James Tellen Woodland Sculpture Garden (Sheboygan County, Wisconsin)
Whimsical collection of concrete sculptures in an outdoor art environment
Jeffers Petroglyphs Site (Cottonwood County, Minnesota)
Julien Incription Panel (Grand County, Utah)
Jurustic Park (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
An outdoor gallery of the sculptures of Clyde Wynia
Klatt's Miniature Village (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Langlais Sculpture Preserve (Knox County, Maine)
90 acre homestead of self-taught artisan, Bernard “Blackie” Langlais, and his wife Helen
Liberty Arming the Patriot (Providence County, Rhode Island)
Liberty Monument (Essex County, New York)
Lincoln the Dreamer (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
Statue of a young Abraham Lincoln created by Ripon College Graduate, Clarence Shaler
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Monument (Cumberland County, Maine)
M.T. Liggett's Political Sculptures (Kiowa County, Kansas)
Fanciful artwork of the late M.T. Liggett
Madonna of the Trail (Morris County, Kansas)
Martha Timm Rock Garden (Chickasaw County, Iowa)
Artwork by a self-taught artisan, moved to Mikkelson Park.
Mary L. Nohl Art Environment (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
McConkie Ranch Petroglyphs (Uintah County, Utah)
Mendocino Art Center (Mendocino County, California)
Artists colony established in 1959
Miraflores Park (Bexar County, Texas)
Morning of Life (Green Lake County, Wisconsin)
A striking memorial to the twin sister of the sculptor
Mount Rushmore National Memorial (Pennington County, South Dakota)
Names Hill (Lincoln County, Wyoming)
National Monument to the Forefathers (Plymouth County, Massachusetts)
Olmsted Park System (Unspecified county, Massachusetts)
Opus 40 (Ulster County, New York)
Oskaloosa City Park and Band Stand (Mahaska County, Iowa)
Painted Rocks (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Pasaquan (Marion County, Georgia)
Seven acre site consisting of the work of a self-taught artisan
Paul & Matilda Wegner Grotto (Monroe County, Wisconsin)
An extraordinary sculpture environment by Paul and Matilda Wegner on their farm
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox (Beltrami County, Minnesota)
Peace and Harvest (Peoria County, Illinois)
Petroglyph Site AZ U 1:165 (Maricopa County, Arizona)
Pioneers Park (Lancaster County, Nebraska)
Pioneers, The (Peoria County, Illinois)
Prairie Moon Sculpture Garden & Museum (Buffalo County, Wisconsin)
Lifetime collection of a self-taught artisan; Restored by the Kohler Foundation in 1994
President's Park South (Washington, District of Columbia)
Protection of the Flag Monument (Bradford County, Pennsylvania)
Puck Building (New York County, New York)
Rainey Memorial Gates (Bronx County, New York)
Recording Angel, The (Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin)
Lorado Taft sculpture commissioned by Clarence Shaler in memorial of his wife, Blanche
Rhode Island Red Monument (Newport County, Rhode Island)
Ringhoffer Inscription (Grand County, Utah)
Robert E. Lee Monument (Richmond, Virginia)
Robert Edward Lee Scuplture (Charlottesville, Virginia)
Robert Llewellyn Wright House (Montgomery County, Maryland)
Rothko Chapel (Harris County, Texas)
Route 66 monument (Quay County, New Mexico)
Route 66 Rising sculpture (Tulsa County, Oklahoma)
Rudolph Garden Grotto and Wonder Cave (Wood County, Wisconsin)
A European-style shrine that includes acres of gardens, bridges, paths, and sculptures
Samuel Hahnemann Monument (Washington, District of Columbia)
San Diego Civic Center (San Diego County, California)
Saxman Totem Park (Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Alaska)
Sitka Pioneers' Home (Sitka Borough, Alaska)
Sitting Bull Monument (Corson County, South Dakota)
Spanish Village Art Center (San Diego County, California)
Spanish style artists colony built in 1935
Steel sculptures--Allen Park, Ottawa, IL (LaSalle County, Illinois)
Sculptures created from steel of demolished Hilliard Bridge over Illinois River @ Ottawa, IL
Talahi Improvements (Knox County, Tennessee)
Tarboro Town Common (Edgecombe County, North Carolina)
Texas Heroes Monument (Galveston County, Texas)
Texas Route 66 Ivy Shield (Potter County, Texas)
The Anchorman (Walker County, Georgia)
The Aviator (Albemarle County, Virginia)
The Citadel (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Allegory statue sculpted by Clarence Shaler
The Henge (Chaves County, New Mexico)
The Legendary Shoe Tree (Crawford County, Indiana)
It is supposed to be good luck to throw a pair of shoes in this tree. A pair of Larry Bird's shoes are supposedly hanging here.
The Orange Show (Harris County, Texas)
The Pioneer (Tulare County, California)
The Pioneers (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Clarence Shaler's monument to the optimism of those who pushed west
Theodore Roosevelt Monument (Bergen County, New Jersey)
Thomas Jonathan Jackson Scuplture (Charlottesville, Virginia)
Toronto World War I Momument (Jefferson County, Ohio)
Totem Bight State Historic Site (Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Alaska)
Tower Grove Park (St. Louis, Missouri)
Treaty Rock (Kootenai County, Idaho)
Trolley Stop in Alamo Heights (Bexar County, Texas)
Union Square (New York County, New York)
University Park (Marion County, Indiana)
Verdi, Giuseppe, Monument (New York County, New York)
Virginia Washington Monument (Richmond, Virginia)
Volunteer Park (King County, Washington)
Vulcan (Jefferson County, Alabama)
The largest cast iron statue in the world, and is the city symbol of Birmingham, Alabama.
W. H. L. McCourtie Estate (Hillsdale County, Michigan)
Several bridges sculptured out of concrete made to look kike wood.
Wanapum Petroglyphs (Kittitas County, Washington)
War Memorial Natatorium (Honolulu County, Hawaii)
Watts Towers of Simon Rodia (Los Angeles County, California)
Whirligig Park (Wilson County, North Carolina)
Collection of whirligigs built by Vollis Simpson
Who Sows (Dodge County, Wisconsin)
Clarence Shaler's monument to the optimism of those to sow seeds
Willy Verginer sculpture (Talbot County, Maryland)
Surrealist sculpture in residential neighborhood
Wisconsin Concrete Park (Price County, Wisconsin)
Sculpture garden of self-taught artisan, Fred Smith