Three sculptures are carved out of dolomitic limestone quarried in Minnesota. They are based on my research on Mayan temples. The “couple” greets people as they enter Chelsey Water Park in El Paso. “Chocmal” lies at the entrance to the children’s pool. The friendly-looking seated figure watches over the entire water park.
TUBING THE COLORADO
Carved from Colorado Marble in Marble, Colorado, this piece is installed on the North Landing of the Glenwood Springs pedestrian bridge over the Colorado River. Commissioned by the City of Glenwood Springs to celebrate the river sports that draw so many visitors to the charming, mountain town annually.
Set in the pathway of a naturally landscaped park in Aurora, CO that contains prairie grasses, flowers and trees; depicting kids and books in an interactive, functional and inviting community ‘meeting place’.
WE WERE HERE
This grouping of sculptures is placed in the very spot that used to be home to shops and businesses run by African Americans who fought segregation of businesses in their town.
BASKING IN KNOWLEDGE
This installation is in a schoolyard. The child figure is carved in my “Bench People” style, inviting kids to sit on his lap and read a book.
A joyful, interactive sculpture celebrating the senses. Commissioned by the City and County of Denver for the Denver Botanic Gardens in 2016.
A sculpture celebrating healing and rehabilitation by Madeline Wiener. Colorado Yule Marble; 2015; Commissioned by Craig Hospital, in Englewood, Colorado.
A READING PLACE
This is a warm, interactive and whimsical sculpture upon which students and other members of the community are invited to sit, read or just enjoy a beautiful day.
ART & SOUL
This distinctive set of Colorado Yule Marble sculptures by Madeline Wiener is situated near the entrance of the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley, Colorado.
Huntington Station Plaza in Huntington, NY, features a grandmother and child, a drum, a guitar case and a guitar player. Dolomitic limestone.
DENVER JUSTICE CENTER
This series of 6 interactive sculptures depicts Judges talking with people, educating children. Colorado Yule Marble.
SANTA FE, RAGLE PARK
These sculptures commemorate Santa Fe’s 400th Anniversary. All are made of dolomitic limestone quarried in Canada.
THE ART OF SCIENCE
A series of concentric arcs carved from Indiana limestone that welcome students and faculty.
The story of Campbell is carved in relief on all four sides of each 6’ tall pillar, with varying textures, which offer a tactile surface to be explored.
“Catch” was created to demonstrate some of the sports that happen on the fields that surround this installation.
San Juan Regional Medical Center, “Hope” offers comfort and seating to people who are either in the hospital or are waiting for someone.
Situated at the Norview Community Center, this group of sculptures celebrates the “Storyteller” tradition of a community’s oral history.
SANTA CLARITA, CA
“Friends”, stone sculptures at Canyon Country Park in Santa Clarita, CA., inspire locals to go outside with a friend for sunshine and exercise.
“Stretch!” Physical fitness through stretching is the theme of this installation which offers a variety of seating options including 2 benches.
“Reading Garden” was created to honor the outgoing head librarian and to invite people of all ages to come out to the garden and read.
OCEAN SPRINGS, MS
“Wise One” at the Ocean Springs Library, a man and a child engaged in teaching each other. Which is the wiser?
A Healing Place was created for students and faculty of the Brooks College of Health Sciences at the University of North Florida.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, CO
“Let the Music Play” at Little Toots park. Three figures including one trumpet player and one saxophone player with drums of various sizes.
Girl on a Bench and Portly Man, 2 sculptures on different street corner locations.