Time Passages [also referred to as: The Journey is the Reward]

underpass at Kellogg (Highway 54/400) and Oliver – under walkway, bas-relief, approximately 1/4 mile long – by Steven Weitzman, 2001 (KM)

Time Passages - underpass at Kellogg (Highway 54/400) and Oliver - by John Weitzman, 2001 - photo from 2008

west side of bridge: The Journey is the Reward

Time Passages - underpass at Kellogg (Highway 54/400) and Oliver - by John Weitzman, 2001 - photo from 2008
Time is the measure of movement – Aristotelis

 

Walter Beech Elementary School

1830 Cypress – north west wall near front entrance – ceramic tiles – by the 5th Grade Class of 2007 and Susan de Wit

5th Grade Class of 2009 and Susan de Wit:

on north east wall – 5th Grade Class of 2010 and Susan de Wit:

tiles with cat paws – artist(s) unknown:

Walter Beech Elementary School - 1830 Cypress - photo from 2014

 

Bagatelle Bakery & Cafe

6801 E. Harry – west wall – LeJean Belvins, 2004

Bagatelle Bakery & Cafe - 6801 E. Harry - by LeJean Belvins, 2004 - photo from 2008

 

Untitled

U.S. Flag – south west corner of Lincoln and Webb – mounted on fence – artist unknown

untitled - U.S. Flag - south west corner of Lincoln and Webb - photo from 2008

 

It’s In the Spin

Bostic Traditional Magnet School – 8103 E. Gilbert – north side of building in front of entrance – ceramic tiles – 5th Grades 2000 & 2005, Janet Garner and Joni Miller, art teachers, with Barry Badgett and Terry Corbett; Cora Timmerman and Carol Jones, coordinators

 

Harry & Ollies

4805 E. Harry – back/south wall – artist unknown – no longer extant

Harry & Ollies - 4805 E. Harry - photo from 2008

 

N&J’s Cafe

5604-5616 Lincoln – on south wall – Rick Regan, 2007

 

Brownstone Grill

3105 E. Harry – artist unknown

Brownstone Grill - 3105 E. Harry - photo from 2008

 

Allen’s Upholstering

2621 E. Harry – north and east walls – by Deb Weaver

 

1969 All Aboard (Santa Fe Southwestern Chief)

2745 Boulevard Plaza – south wall – by Rick Regan, 2001 (KM)

 

Mead Middle School

2601 E. Skinner – north and north west walls – painted metal plates – artist(s) unknown:

on north east wall – painted metal plates – artist(s) unknown:

on south east wall – ceramic tiles – artist(s) unknown:

Mead Middle School - 2601 E. Skinner - photo from 2008

 

United We Stand [To the Boys]

9/11 tribute to veterans – vandalized since photo and no longer extant – 2730 S. Roosevelt – west side of building – by Rick Regan, 2002 (KM)

 

 

Flight for Freedom

Complexx Machining – 2787 S. Roosevelt – north and east walls – by Rich Regan, 1994, 1998 (east wall),  and 2000 (north wall) (KM)

Flight for Freedom - Complexx Machining - 2787 S. Roosevelt - by Rick Regan, 1994, 1998 (east wall), and 2000 (north wall) - photo from 2008

Flight for Freedom - Complexx Machining - 2787 S. Roosevelt - by Rick Regan, 1994, 1998 (east wall), and 2000 (north wall) - photo from 2008

 

Mundo Musical

Disco Tienda – Dunham and Hillside – north wall – by Pancho Avalos

Mundo Musical - Disco Tienda - Dunham and Hillside - by Pancho Avalos - photo from 2008

 

[Charles Lindbergh’s Flight Across Atlantic]

Kansas Aviation Museum – 3350 George Washington Blvd. – over front entrance – bas-relief in cast concrete – L.W. Clapp, sculptor; Volney McClaren, modeler; Glen Thomas, architect; Cement Stone & Supply Company, contractor, 1930. For further information see the Smithsonian American Art Museum Art Inventories Catalog (KM)

Charles Lindbergh's Flight Across Atlantic - Kansas Aviation Museum - 3350 George Washington Blvd. - by L.W. Clapp, Volney McClaren, Gllen Thomas, Cement Stone & Supply Company, 1930 - photo from 2008

 

Love Wichita (Lean and Rely)

painted electrical pole – in front of 1644 S. Oliver – by [Carlos?]

 

 

S&S Meats

5331 E. Kellogg – west wall – by Rick Regan, 2012

 

S&S Meats - 5331 E. Kellogg - by Rick Regan, 2012 - photo from 2013

 

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