looking for webpages of public art

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I am creating a webpage for public works of art in the Quad Cities (Iowa/Illinois). The Quad Cities has large sculpture by known artists such as Henry Moore, Sol LeWitt, Beverly Pepper, etc. I'm looking for other pages for ideas on the web-page structure, links, etc. (I have have my own photographs and information). For example, I have found the Cincinnati Public Art page -which I found to be excellent. Do you know of others?

-- Bruce Walters (amievil99@email.msn.com), March 18, 1998


Try www.hillsboroughcounty.org/agencies/public art/home.htm--we are just getting ours up..will be expanding images soon. Have a public art locator may...I think this is pretty unique. Good luck.

-- Jan Stein (artmom@mindspring.com), August 03, 1998.

If you go to the web site of the U.K. based Public Monuments and Sculpture Association at http://www.unn.ac.uk/~hcv3 you will find a massive page of links to public art sites around the world, all of which branch out even further! Some are good, others a bit boring, so make your own mind up... Good luck! Jeremy Beach, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K.

-- Jeremy Beach (jeremy.beach@unn.ac.uk), October 14, 1998.

You can follow our site. We are developing an international project The Public Art Observatory. Rightnow you can proceed to the Barcelona Permament Public Art Catalogue http://www.ub.es/escult/1.htm

-- Dr. A. Remesar (remesar@trivium.gh.ub.es), November 23, 1998.

New site for Houston, TX...www.ci.houston.tx.us/municipalart

-- Erik Stolz (estolz@pr.ci.houston.tx.us), September 05, 2000.

You can look at our public art site at www.yankowitzandholden.com

-- nina yankowitz (nyankowitz@aol.com), March 14, 2001.

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