Source: KC Chronicle
The park is just south of Prairie Street in downtown St. Charles along the west bank of the Fox River.
Sculpture in the Park began as a way to showcase artwork in the St. Charles area. This year, it boasts 10 pieces, including several permanent installations.
This year’s pieces are as follows: My Rescue by Martha Cares of Sawyer, Mich.; Starts on the Wind by Richard Taylor of Milwaukee; Mr. Eggwards by Kimber Fiebeger of Minneapolis; Padre Pio by Titus Tomescu of Chicago; Leo and Sympatico (Chelsea & Kaitlyn), both by Pokey Park of Tucson, Ariz. Pieces from artists of the St. Charles community are Lissome by Guy Bellaver; Bomb Pop by Howard Russo; Suess’s Needle by Todd Willing; and Solitude by Douglas Eageny.
The sculptures are along the walking path in Mount St. Mary Park.
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