Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery

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Take Time To Enjoy The Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Garden


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On our trip across the U.S. from Toronto to Vancouver, we stopped for 2 days in Spokane. Walking around the Riverfront Park for half a day, we were delighted to find what one might call the Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Garden. We took our time and wandered along the paths.  And we found hidden sculpture delights everywhere we looked!

Many of the statues were created as commissioned sculptures and are part of Spokane’s Sculpture Walk.

Statue - From this Earth by Glenn Emmons 1994 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“From this Earth” by Glenn Emmons. 1994
Statue - The Call and the Challenge by Key Spiering  1986 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“The Call and the Challenge” by Key Spiering.  1986
Statue - The Call and the Challenge by Key Spiering 1986 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“The Call and the Challenge” by Key Spiering.  1986
Statue - The Joy of Running Together by David Govedare 1984 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“The Joy of Running Together” by David Govedare. 1984.
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“The Joy of Running Together” by David Govedare. 1984
Statue - The Joy of Running Together by David Govedare 1984.jpg
“The Joy of Running Together” by David Govedare. 1984
Statue - Vietnam Veterans Memorial by y Deborah Copenhaver 1984 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“Vietnam Veterans Memorial” by y Deborah Copenhaver. 1984
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“Michael P Anderson Memorial” by Dorothy Fowler. 2006

In some cases, the Spokane outdoor sculpture gallery is just part of the playground that you will find at the Riverfront Park.

Rotary Riverfront Fountain by by Harold Balazs & Bob Perron 2005 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“Rotary Riverfront Fountain” by by Harold Balazs & Bob Perron. 2005
Childhood Express by by Ken Spiering 1990 - Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery.jpg
“Childhood Express” by by Ken Spiering. 1990

In some cases, there are just other artful displays to catch your eye as you walk around the park.

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When you visit Spokane, do not miss a walk around Riverfront Park. Keep your eyes peeled to see the sculptures wherever you look.

Did we miss any major outdoor sculptures when we visited the Spokane Outdoor Sculpture Gallery?

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