'The Traveling Man' by Brad Oldham and Brandon Oldenburg at the Deep Ellum DART Station
'The Sentinel' by David Newton at Freedmens Memorial
'Wave' by Santiago Calatrava at SMU
Cattle sculptures by Harold Clayton at Crow Lake Park
'Ave' by Mark di Suvero at Dallas Museum of Art
'The Dallas Piece' by Henry Moore at City Hall Plaza
'The Traveling Man' by Brad Oldham and Brandon Oldenburg at Deep Ellum DART Station
'Four Chromatic Gates' by Herbert Bayer
'The Spirit of Communication' by Evelyn Beatrice Longman in the AT&T World Headquarters
'De Musica' by Eduardo Chillada at the Meyerson Symphony Center
'Venture' by Alexander Liberman at Bank of America Plaza
'Proverb' by Mark di Suvero at Meyerson Symphony Center
Nasher Sculpture Center
'Spirit of Flight' by Charles Umlauf at Love Field
'Golden Boy' was recently unveiled in downtown Dallas. The Evelyn Beatrice Longman statue that stood for many years atop the AT&T headquarters in New York has been relocated to the lobby of AT&T's world headquarters in Dallas.
Trammell Crow Center
Robert E. Lee statue at Lee Park
Commissioned in 1914, the Evelyn Beatrice Longman statue has been known as 'The Genius of Electricity', 'Spirit of Communications' and nicknamed 'Golden Boy'. The 24' tall statue is now in the lobby of the AT&T headquarters.
'Dream of Freedom' by David Newton at Freedmen's Memorial
Dallas businessman and former mayor R. L. Thornton commissioned California artist Millard Sheets to create artwork for his Continental Building. The man on horseback is roughly life size.
Giraffe sculpture by Bob Cassilly at Dallas Zoo
Bronze sculpture by Joel Shapiro at Dallas Museum of Art
'De Musica' by Eduardo Chillada at Meyerson Symphony Center
'Proverb' by Mark di Suvero on the grounds of the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center.