Art Walk

Experience White Lake through art. Since October of 2005, the Arts Council of White Lake—Nuveen Center has placed several sculptures throughout the community. Enjoy regional scenery while you bike or walk the trail. Art Walk sculptures have been made possible with the help from many individual White Lake Community members, corporate sponsors, and grants. Those sponsors are listed at each sculpture site.

ART WALK

OFF-TRAIL SCULPTURES

 

1. Flow by Robert L. Barnum

Relief Sculpture on Dowling St.     

8701 Ferry Street, Montague

 

5. Create by Gypsy Schindler and students

Mural in ACWL—Nuveen Parking lot 

106 E. Colby Street, Whitehall

 

ART WALK  

ON-TRAIL SCULPTURES

 

2. Marilyn Voss Sculpture Garden

 

       a. Swimming Upstream

        Artist: Robert L. Barnum

 

        b. Due Ciga

        Artist: Michael Westra

 

3.    Sailboat/Trees

        Artist: George Ramsay

 

4.     Fish In Line

        Artists: Al Weston with Andy Jagniecki

       

6.     Lake Spirits

        Artist: David G. Anderson

 

7.     Wildflower

        Artist: Stan Policka

 

8.    Butterfly

        Artist: Josh Wambaugh

 

9.    Serene Trees                                     

        Artists: Sharon  Smithem & Wesley Brown     

10.   Eagle Returning to the Nest                

        Artists: Terry Moore & Calvin Brush                 

       

11.   Windwave

        Artist: Cara O’Brien

        

12.   Flowers Heaven Scent

        Artist: Stan Policka

 

13.   Szilassi Polyhedron

        Artist: Tim Carr of Black Bear Forge

Sailboat Trees

The Nuveen Center is accessible to all visitors–whatever their ability. Each room is wheelchair accessible, including classrooms and restroom. Guide animals are also welcome. Feel free to call us in advance of your visit so we can accommodate any special needs. 

Email: Nuveen@artswhitelake.org

Phone: 231-893-2524

© 2019 by Arts Council of White Lake - Nuveen Center     All images and artwork are copyrighted and property of the original artist; used here with permission.