Summerlin Las Vegas Real Estate Showcases Public Art and Sculptures

Summerlin Public ArtSummerlin Las Vegas master planned community uses public sculpture for aesthetic and cultural beauty that Summerlin real estate has represented. Summerlin is also known for its trail system, Las Vegas golf course, parks and tree lined streets. The new homes for sale in Summerlin, Nevada real estate showcases different architecture styles to define the unique community look and feel.

Archie Held, A southern California artist, has on display a 15 foot bronze sculpture at the Howard Hughes Plaza first office building. To celebrate the new corporate headquarters of The Howard Hughes Corp. had this “Unity” sculpture installed in 2001.

Sarah Winnemucca, a Northern Paiute, is the artist for two pieces of public at at The Hills Center Business Park. These pieces include a three foot bronze sculpture. National Statuary Hall in the US Capital has the original commissioned sculpture by artist Benjamin Victor to represent Nevada.

 

Spirit Tower, by artist Rita Deanin Abbey, is Summerlin’s first public art, a 10 ton steel sculpture. Spirit Tower, commissioned by The Howard Hughes Corp., was installed at the entrance to Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center in 1993. 

Artist Mario Jason is bonze artist of outdoor and indoor bonze sculptures at the Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center, Home of the Nevada Ballet Theatre in Summerlin Las Vegas.

There is bent steel fashioned to look like wood and made into the shape of a life size horse. The courtyard of this office building has the horse grazing.

The Willow Paseo Park in Summerlin, Nevada real estate has concrete statues of characters from Aesop’s Fables including The Mouse and The Lion and The Tortoise and The Hare. Source: LV Review Journal
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Summerlin real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada real estate showcases public art and sculptures.

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