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The City of Lee’s Summit thrives on our Arts, Culture and Heritage. In 2020 the Downtown Sculpture Walk was established to make art accessible to our citizens and visitors. The annual outdoor public art program features vibrant and unique three-dimensional artworks showcased within the public spaces in the downtown area. A jury of community members chooses the artworks created by acclaimed public artists from across the country and the region. These artworks are meant to inspire, entertain and educate while providing additional aesthetic elements to the public space. Sculptures are displayed on loan to the City for one year.

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Interested in purchasing a sculpture? All sculptures are available for purchase with 100% of the sale price going directly to the artist. Call the Cultural Arts Division at 816.969.1032 for more information on adding a unique work of art to your home or business.

The Downtown Sculpture Walk is made possible through a collaboration between the Cultural Arts Division and Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street. Artist stipends are generously supported through grant funding from the Downtown Community Improvement District.

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Time Keeper

Steve Feren

Time Keeper

Timekeeper, 2016
Steve Feren, Fitchburg, WI 
Concrete, Reflective Glass Balls, aluminum 
84” x 23” x 23”

This embellished concrete sculpture speaks to the artist's desire to connect human emotion, and condition to the natural world. His work utilizes the reflection of glass balls to symbolize the light and beauty within nature. Time Keeper is a figurative piece that allows the viewer to see themselves within the sculpture and as they are during that moment in time. 

Feren is commonly known for his work within the glass and has retired as the Head of the Glass Department for the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s, Art Department for the past 30 years. 

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Purchase price: $9,000 


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