Public Art Directory

  1. Artistic Foxes

    A series of 10 foxes, each cast in concrete and approximately three feet in height, are on display at various locations throughout the Shoppes at Fox River Shopping Center.

  2. Barstow Plaza Bronze Map

    This piece of art can be found in front of the State Office Building.

  3. Dragon Fly

    This installation is located on the riverwalk at the Barstow Street Bridge.

  4. Fox Fish

    Representing fish in abstract form, this sculpture celebrates the pivotal role the nearby Fox River has played and continues to play in our community's social and economic development.

  5. Fox Statues

    There are a total of four different poses of these statues located around Waukesha.

  6. Fragmented Flow

    The metal framework suspends across the 100 foot long ceiling corridor, emulating a wave with a fluid feeling as the eye moves from one panel to another.

  7. Historical Mural

    The Waukesha Historical Mural Project is a colorful montage of buildings and symbols that represent the "Spring Era" in Waukesha's history (1840s through 1890s) with a leaf border and lettering titling each area of history.

  8. Leaning Right

    This privately funded installation was done by Tom and Victoria Hekkers.

  9. Life's Ribbon

    Richard Taylor completed this piece that stands at the southwest corner of the transit building and the corners of Brook Street and East Saint Paul.

  10. New Dawn, Bright Future

    The bright colors and fluid flow are designed to accentuate the excitement, energy and joy of living and working in the area.

  11. Seasons

    This wrought iron and limestone installation received funding from the Wisconsin Percent for Art Program.

  12. Source

    21 flags on poles represent waves blowing in the wind, symbolically bringing the riverfront to the north of building.

  13. Spirit Bow

    This wood and rope piece is located in the State Office Building atrium.

  14. Standing Ovation

    Paul Bobrowitz, Jr. constructed this stainless steel piece of art.

  15. Sunflower

    The large sunflower mural brightens the corner.

  16. Three Bronze Bears

    These bears can be found on the riverwalk near Lee Sherman Dreyfus Plaza on Bank Street.

  17. Trompe l'oeil Mural

    The Trompe-l'œil style mural depicts an abstract tree emerging from behind the wall broken apart by the sledgehammer still resting against it.

  18. Veteran's Sundial

    You can see this installation in Veteran's Park at the corner of North West Avenue and Wisconsin Avenue.

  19. Waukesha Public Library Art

    The Waukesha Public Library Board’s goal for its Public Art Program is to enhance the community’s quality of life through art by providing an exceptional setting for exhibiting works of art, making them accessible to all citizens to inspire joy, provoke thought, and reflect the nature of our community.