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Ten Public Artworks by Donald Lipski

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Donald Lipski is an artist whose public art is stunning. To quote a brief biography of him at his home page at Artnet's Monologues: "he has in recent years created many prominent and compelling public sculptures." After viewing the ten works below, I concluded that "compelling" was a considerable understatement.



The artist, Donald Lipski, by Artnet and Frank English

 

And the ten public works:


The Yearling (1993), Denver, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


Five Easy Pieces (2003), Washington D.C., by Artnet and Donald Lipski


Shirshasana (2000), Grand Central Station, NYC, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


The Doors (2007), Scottsdale, Arizona, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


Tools (2001), W. Webb Muni Bldg, Denver, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


Leaves of Grass (2007), Levine Children's Hospital, Charlotte, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


Good as Gold (2004), Bound Books and Steel, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


The Tent (2008), Indy 500 Festival, Indianapolis, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


The Ziz (2009), Goodyear Ballpark, Arizona, by Artnet and Donald Lipski


F.I.S.H. (2009), River Walk, San Antonio, by Artnet and Donald Lipski

The preceding ten public artworks are only a few of the Lipskis at Artnet's Monographs, a collection which in addition to Lipski's public art includes traditional sculptures, installations, and works on paper/canvas. Lipski is represented by Galerie LeLong in New York City, and permission to reproduce the art from Artnet's Monographs can be found on the Monographs' Home Page, where it says: "Artnet offers these catalogues free to the public as an educational resource. Simply click on an individual artist's image to begin, and check back often to browse new catalogues."   See here.

 

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to the effect that in contrast to public relief, t... by Gentry L Rowsey on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 7:29:27 AM
the baseball one; the rest bore me.... by molly cruz on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 10:55:53 AM
I like really fast racing cars, and I love NYC as ... by Gentry L Rowsey on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at 3:24:10 PM