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Naperville Century Walk Corporation's 42nd piece of outdoor public art, a life-size bronze sculpture of the Christmas-stealing Grinch and his faithful dog, Max, just outside the Naper Boulevard Library at 2350 S. Naper Blvd.
River of Life
Clay story quilt.
Faith, Hope and Charity
The mural includes the names of 12 famous American masons on one side, and 12 well-known Naperville masons on the other including city founder Joe Naper. Two large portraits dominate the mural -- on one side stands George Washington, one of 14 U.S Presidents who were Masons, and on the other side, Joe Naper. An 18" border painted to simulate wood and rope shows how masons are tied together around the world.
A Whale of a School
The concrete whale, with a head almost nine feet high and a tail raised five feet in the air, is a testament to Highlands Elementary slogan, 'A whale of a school'. The whale is a symbol of school pride and connection between students of past, present and future.
Call for Artists!
September 3, 2015
News updated: 5/26/2015 11:05 AM In memory of Naperville's Wehrli, Lincoln sculpture envisioned in town
May 26, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson
Naperville commits money to maintain public art
March 31, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson
Public art group seeks more money from Naperville
February 13, 2015 — Source: Daily Herald — Author: Marie Wilson