search

Burlington City Arts

Chief Grey Lock

Battery Park, Battery Street
1982, wood
 
Peter Toth created and donated a sculpture in every American state and Canadian province to commemorate the legacy of the Native American people. The Abenaki tribe of this area decided to name the piece after their last great warrior, Chief Grey Lock. It was Toth’s 47th statue in honor of Native Americans.

Photo by Michael Weizenegger

 
 

Burlington High School Sculpture Collection

52 Institute Road (Burlington High School)
 
Tree of Knowledge, 1992, copper and corten steel (Pictured left)
Column of Learning, 1993, copper and corten steel
Bell Structure, 1994, mixed media and corten steel
Naturalist Stone, 1997, stone

Photo by Michael Weizenegger

 
 

Traffic Signal Control Boxes

South Winooski and Pearl Street
2007, Acrylic
 

 
 

Incognito

200 Church Street
2007, Acrylic
 

 
 

Katster Lock

200 Church Street
2007, Painted Steel
 
Burlington Telecom was looking for a way to improve their front entrance and provide a bike rack for employees and building tenants.  Kat Clear’s bike rack sculpture is modeled after a padlock.  Her first bike rack sculpture, also a clever rendition of a bike lock, can be seen (used) on North Winooski Ave, in front of Radio Bean.

 
 

Pages