(in order of installation)
by Michael (Mickey) Maxson, Lexington, KY
Installed in the 1980s (specific date unknown)
- Located in the west yard of Asher Science Center.
by Brent Sams, Georgetown, KY
- Created by Georgetown College alum
- Located in front of the Wilson Art Building
by Dennis Whitcopf, Atlanta, GA.
Indiana Limestone and Cor-ten Steel 15x 4x 2â€™
- Commissioned by Georgetown College in 2002, it was intended to be the Â Â Â Â Â Â first in a series of public sculptures known as the Walk of Faiths; however, this was the only work ever installed.
- This piece is a stylized Hebrew symbol.
- The shape is based off of the first two letters in â€śLâ€™Chaimâ€ť the Jewish Â blessing meaning â€śto life.â€ť
In Memory of the Lives Lost on September 11, 2001
September 11, 2002
Flowering Dogwood tree surrounded by mulch, small boulders.
- Given by AGS
- The text for this work reads â€śIn Memory of the Lives Lost on September 11, 2001 Given by AGS, September 11, 2002â€ť
Mr. Georgetown Tiger
- Kim Summers was a cherished friend of the Grrrâ€¦ Tiger Bands, Tiger Athletics and the entire Campus community.
- Given by friends of Richard â€śKimâ€ť Summers in his honor
Stephen D. Elrod Memorial
by Amanda B. Matthews
Bronze on limestone plinth
- The bronze sculpture embodies an angelic form expressing forward and upward movement and quiet introspection.
- Designed by Amanda B. Matthews and fabricated at Prometheus Foundry in the spring 2010, the sculpture is bronze with stainless steel armature situated on a rough-cut limestone base.
- Inside the wings are fingerprints of family members Judy and Jon Elrod and Celtic crosses that bear the initials SDE in remembrance of Stephen.
- The sculpture is intended as a synthesis of thoughts, comments, emotions, and loving epitaphs from family and friends of Stephen; Biblical accounts of the early Christian martyr; and historical meaning of the name Stephen.
- Surrounding the sculpture are landscaping features that are intended to transform the space from a pass-through area into a gathering place.
- Plantings include: Crimson Pygmy Barberry, Nandina bushes, Snow Fountain Weeping Cherry, Knockout Roses, and Liriope.
- The garden was created by Rick, Judy, and Jon Elrod in April 2010. The sculpture was installed in May 2010 dedicated on Friday, May 14 of that year.