Public Art - Rotating Sculpture Program

With funding from a voter-approved Transient Guest Tax, the City of Liberty and the Liberty Arts Commission launched an annual Rotating Sculpture Program in 2017. Each year, the outdoor sculpture exhibition features new jury-selected, three-dimensional works of art displayed around the historic downtown area. With public input, the Liberty Arts Commission may purchase one or more of the pieces to be added to the City's permanent public art collection and to be moved to a permanent location elsewhere in the City. The remaining pieces are available for private purchase or commission. Through this innovative program, visitors to Liberty enjoy an ever-changing artscape in our downtown and beyond!

Download the Otocast app for a map of the sculpture exhibit and to hear description of each piece from the artist themselves. You can also vote for your favorite sculpture in the app. Available on apple and android devices.

Interested in having your work in the 2023 - 2024 Rotating Sculpture Program? Apply online »

  1. 2022-2023
  2. 2021-2022
  3. 2020-2021
  4. 2019-2020
  5. 2018-2019
  6. 2017-2018

Agate Reflector

Artist: Jarod Charzewski
Hometown: Charleston, SC
Material: Bicycle Reflectors and Stainless Steel
Location: Missouri Street South of City Hall


Artist: Ray Katz
Hometown: Pontiac, MI
Material: Steel
Location: Missouri Street Outside of City Hall


C'est La Vie

Artist: Kimber Fiebiger
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Material: Bronze
Location: Wall in front of City Hall (temporary placement)

2022-2023 Sculpture Program for Web (4)

Dancing Figures

Artist: Albert Rhea
Hometown: Papillon, NE
Material: 14 Gauge Stainless Steel
Location: Corner of Kansas and Main Streets

2022-2023 Sculpture Program for Web (3)

Hydraulic Jump 2

Artist: Kristin Garnant
Hometown: Camanche, IA
Material: Steel
Location: Corner of Kansas and Prairie Streets



Artist: John Bannon
Hometown: Chicago, IL
Material: Painted Steel and Cast Urethane
Location: Corner of Franklin and Main Streets


With the Tides

Artist: Jodie Bliss
Hometown: Monument, CO
Material: Hand Painted Steel
Location: North Main Street

Dance Diagram

Dance Diagram

Artist: Kristin Garnant
Hometown: Camanche, IA
Material: Steel
Location: Corner of Franklin and Water Streets



Artist: Beth Nybeck
Hometown: Kansas City, MO
Material: Corten Steel
Location: Franklin Street Near Clay County Archives

Vote for your favorite sculpture for the "People's Choice Award" in the Otocast app or online here.

If you would like information about purchasing any of the pieces in the current exhibit, please contact the Liberty Arts Commission by email.

  1. Jeanine Thill

    Community Development Manager
    Phone: 816.439.4537