Have you ever noticed these Madison statues?

You know where to find Madison's iconic public...
Have you ever noticed these Madison statues?

You know where to find Madison’s iconic public artwork, like Abraham Lincoln (Bascom Hill) and the famously

phallic Nail’s Tales (Camp Randall). But have you ever noticed these?

Concrete Gorilla

Hunched over on four paws, his black “fur” worn off in numerous spots, this fierce-looking primate stands sentry in front of the Arby’s parking lot at the Dutch Mill Park & Ride. No one seems to know his story …

Have you ever noticed these Madison statues?

Bison Prairie Gateway

Placidly sitting along the Southwest Commuter Bike Path, bison and calf sculptures form part of a garden gateway into the Midvale Heights neighborhood. The sculptures were selected because the area was once part of North America’s bison range.

Have you ever noticed these Madison statues?

MMoCA Rooftop Sculpture Garden

Atop the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, this compact outdoor sculpture garden, open year-round, offers interesting art and prime views of State Street.

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