Public Art

Public Artworks List

El Rio Habla (The...
El Rio Habla (The River Speaks)
Artist: Celia Muñoz
Location: Main Plaza - Portal Fernando
Date completed: 2001

The unique artworks for this area comprise six landings that include wall text, stone work, decorative pavement treatments, and various
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El Rio Habla/The ...
El Rio Habla/The River Speaks
Artist: Celia Alvarez Muñoz
Location: Historic Civic Center
Date completed: 2001

The unique artworks for this area comprise six landings that include wall text, stone work, decorative pavement treatments, and various
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Elements
Elements
Artist: James Hetherington
Location: John Igo Branch Library
Date completed: 2007

Working 40-foot windmill of galvanized steel greets visitors and goes well with the rustic architecture and rural surroundings. This
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Everything Was Close
Everything Was Close
Artist: Anne Wallace
Location: South Presa Street (Lavaca)
Date completed: 2005

Text and photos embedded into concrete depicting histories collected from area residents.

F.I.S.H
F.I.S.H
Artist: Donald Lipski
Location: Museum Reach - IH35 Bridge
Date completed: 2009

Twenty-five 7-foot-long fiberglass replicas of native-long eared sunfish along the Museum Reach of the San Antonio River, suspended from an
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Falcone Park Benches
Falcone Park Benches
Artist: Leticia Huerta
Location: Nani Falcone Park
Date completed: 2007

Limestone benches with carved native tree  foliage and descriptive text: pecan, live oak, cedar elm and mesquite.  



Fiesta Tower
Fiesta Tower
Artist: Dale Chihuly
Location: Central Library
Date completed: 2003

Large assemblage of multicolored glass forms. Placed in the Central Library's interior atrium. Quote from Artist: " Each hand blown piece of
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Foundations
Foundations
Artist: Chris Sauter
Location: Mission Branch Library
Date completed: 2011

Mixed-media mural metaphorically illustrates the deep stretch of geological history that lies beneath the grounds of the new library. The
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Francisco Madero
Francisco Madero
Artist: Juan Antonio Lugo
Location: HemisFair Park- Instituto Cultural de Mexico
Date completed: 2001

Madero was a leader of the Mexican Revolution and served as President if Mexico until 1913

Francisco Madero
Francisco Madero
Artist: Juan Antonio Lugo
Location: HemisFair Park- Instituto Cultural de mexico
Date completed: 2001

Madero was a leader of the Mexican Revolution and served as President if Mexico until 1913

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