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" THE YEARLINGS "
This monument to wild horses was
originally completed in 1981 and has
become an icon of the free spirit of the
American West. It depicts three
graceful bronze yearlings galloping in
full stride.
Artist: George-Ann Tognoni
Location: Scottsdale Civic Center
" WINDOWS TO THE WEST "
After receiving a National Endowment for the
Arts grant, the Scottsdale Fine Arts Commission
selected artist Louise Nevelson to create
" Windows to the West, " her first large-scale
work in the Southwest.
Artist: Louise Nevelson
Location: Scottsdale Civic Center
" LOVE "
Conceived when the United States was consumed by the Vietnam War,
Robert Indiana's " Love " sculptures became a symbol for peace. The bold
red and blue sculpture, which weighs in at a hefty 3,800 pounds, is a favorite
spot for taking pictures with the one you love.
Artist: Robert Indiana
Location: Scottsdale Civic Center
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