The City of Windsor is set to take complete ownership of the Odette Sculpture Park, City Council heard on Monday.
The sculpture park, located along the western stretch of Windsor’s Riverfront trail was established by Mr. Louis Odette and wife in the late 1990’s with a philosophy of bringing together multiple artistic visions by world-renowned artists.
Photo: Dancing Bear by jodelli
Sculpture: Dancing Bear by Paula Salia
Photo: montain by Camera with a j.
Sculpture: Tower Song by Ted Bieler
Photo: Windsor, Sculpture garden by DCI Photography
Sculpture: The King and Queen by Sorel Etrog
Photo: bridge through sculpture #1 by windsordi
Sculpture: Rinterzo by Joseph DeAngelis
Photo: Hand Apple Sculpture by Linda Goodhue
Sculpture: Eve’s Apple by Edwina Sandys
Photo: Pinhole_Spectator Flash 120_Windsor Sculpture Garden_2 by DCI Photography
Sculpture: Penguins on a Waterfall by Yolanda Vandergaast
Photo: Art in the Park by Foxshots photography
Sculpture: Consophia by Ian Lazarus
Photo: elephant1 by Camera with a j.
Sculpture: Tembo by Derrick Stephan Hudson
Photo: Sculptue Garden, Ambassador Bridge by jodelli
Sculpture: Morning Flight by Gerald Gladstone
Photo: Little Lady by jodelli, on Flickr
Photo: Anne by Leo Mol
The City of Windsor’s website details each sculpture, their locations, styles and features biographies of each artist.
Check it out here: http://www.citywindsor.ca/002104.asp