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A bronze sculpture of a Tom girl practicing on her violin with her hound puppy laying by her.  #15 Gotta Practice First by Sherri Treeby & Lee Leuning

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2024-2025 Sculptures

People’s Choice Award

Grab a brochure and take the Sculpture Walk today! Afterward, vote for your favorite sculpture, then deposit it in one of the four brochure/ballot boxes downtown or drop it off at the Allied Arts Council office, 118 S 8th Street.

Hurry, the deadline for voting for your favorite is January 31st, 2025! 

#7 Miscanthus

#7 Miscanthus

Tim Adams 

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Materials  :  Aluminum & Steel

Size :  10' height 4' width 4' depth 300 lbs. Weight 
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Sponsors : Hillyard Industries





Inspiration for the Artwork : “These giant grasses are majestic in their stature and graceful in their simplicity. Their swaying and rustling in the wind seem like an effortless performance, but below the surface, these plants give shelter to habitat in every season and their ability to live on little water and in marginal soil is a tribute to nature’s wisdom. The arc of the stems attempts to mimic the graceful movement of the plant and its ability to withstand brutal weather through bending and adapting. Miscanthus reminds us of the beauty as well as 
the robustness of nature.”

Is There a Sculpture You Can't Live Without? No worries, all  2024-25 sculptures are for sale. If you want to purchase one of the sculptures on loan, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Allied Arts Council by calling 816-233-0231 or via email at

  • St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau

  • Provides financial support to the Arts Council.

  • The Allied Arts Council is the City's official arts agency.