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Love, daydreamer, trust

  • Artist: Ryan Fielding, Prairie du Sac, WI

  • Material: Steel and Stainless Steel

  • Year Installed: 2019

  • Location: Intersection of Dallas Street and Phillips Blvd, Sauk City

  • Donated by:

    • Culver Franchising System, Inc.

    • Lea Culver

    • The Craig C. Culver Foundation

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railroad switch stand

  • This switch stand is one from THIS Milwaukee Railroad line. It is the type commonly found in the Milwaukee RR system, from Indiana throughout the Midwest and to the Pacific Northwest. They are still seen in many places today, easy to spot because of their distinctive red and white arrow style target.

  • Restored by John Hansen

  • Year Installed: 2019

  • Location: 209 Water St, Sauk City

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PHOTO RIDE

  • Artist: Kim and Ann Pahlas, Ripon, WI

  • Material: Polished and Painted Stainless Steel

  • Year Installed: 2019

  • Location: Near intersection of Lincoln St. and Water St., Prairie du Sac

  • Donated by Prairie Clinic

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happy chair and sandals

  • An empty “Happy Chair” and sandals left in the driveway meant Mark was out enjoying a bike ride.  Today, his bronze sandals are permanently placed at his bench and he's enjoying his best ride ever.

  • Artist: Peter Flanary, Mineral Point, WI

  • Material: Bronze

  • Year Installed: 2018

  • Location: Near intersection of Water St. and Grand Ave, Prairie du Sac

  • Donated in Memory of Mark Gerry

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celebrate health

  • Artists: Bernie Poff, Maggie Poff, and Susan Poff of Polliwog Studio of Prairie du Sac, WI. Chris Barry of Madison, WI.

  • Material: Acrylic Paint on Aluminum

  • Year Installed: 2021

  • Location: Behind 540 Water St, Prairie du Sac

  • Donated by Sauk Prairie Healthcare Foundation with additional grant funds provided by the Sauk County Extension, Arts & Culture Committee, and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.

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Untitled

   Original Work​:

  • Artist: Michael Connors, Madison, WI

  • Year Installed: 1977

  • Location: Behind 670 Water St., Prairie du Sac

  • Funded by a grant through the Village of Prairie du Sac

   Restoration Work:

  • Artist: Mike Habada (Mazomanie, WI) and Michael Connors

  • Year: 2014

  • Funding provided by the Ferry Bluff Eagle Council 

   Fun Fact: This mighty eagle measures 

   104' long!
 

Protector of the river

  • Artist: John Pahlas, Mt. Horeb, WI

  • Material: Salvaged Metal

  • Year Installed: 2019

  • Location: Slightly north of Prairie/Water St. intersection

  • Donated by the Bank of Prairie du Sac. Additional funding provided by Sauk County UW Extension Arts & Culture Committee and Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Ways of Going

  • Artist: Peter Flanary, Mineral Point, WI

  • Material: Steel and Stones

  • Year Installed: 2021

  • Location: Near intersection of Hwy 78 and Hwy Z

  • Donated by Deborah S. Kern

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Time keeper

  • Artist: John S. Miller

  • Material: Wood, Stone, and Metal

  • Year Installed: 2019

  • Location: Between mile marker 7 and 8

  • Donated by Darlene Ballweg

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Earth, Sky, Water

  • Lead Artists: Melanie Tallmadge Sainz, Muneer Bahauddeen, Martina Patterson, Felix Sainz, Jr., Kate Clausius

  • In Collaboration with Ho-Chunk Families of Sauk County:

    • Eli Leonard and Family: Morningstar Leonard, Elizah Leonard, Elijah Leonard, Eleana Leonard, Elise Leonard, and Elicia Leonard

    • JoAnn Jones and Family: Naawahuu, Toree Jones, Joyce Warner, and Tom Jones

    • Nela Stacy and Family: Devinn Sky, Cole Sky, Ravinn Hilterbrand, Robbie Hilterbrand, Sr.

    • Connie Lonetree and Family: Daryl Lonetree

    • Lenore Sweet and Family: Laura LaMere, Giana Ortega, Gysela Ortega, Angie Lowe, and Adreian Lowe

  • Material: Clay mosaic, metal

  • Year Installed: 2020

  • Location: Between mile marker 8 and 9

  • Donated by the Ho-Chunk Nation with additional grant funds provided by the Sauk County Extension, Arts & Culture Committee, and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.

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