By WEI-HUAN CHEN and JORGE DORANTES
Users of The Loop might spot a "batty biker" along the trail.
DUBUQUE, Iowa — A group is working to restore the St. Michael Shrine at Mount Calvary Cemetery, along with other sites that have suffered from vandalism and neglect.
A statue at Garden of Gethsemane Park has been restored following vandalism.
Readers respond to Child Safety budget, Justices and religion column, sculpture appreciation.
Opinions on Jeff Flake's confirmation vote, county bonds and libraries, inspiring sculpture.
The 9-piece studio glass piece by Dale Chihuly brought $17,500 recently at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago.
The painting of three pointers in a landscape brought $52,500 at Bonhams New York recently.
David Pfau with Team Breckenridge works atop the teams entry 'Snowballs in a Block' at the annual International Snow Sculpture Championships in Breckenridge, Colo., Friday, Jan. 26, 2007. sun. (AP Photo/Peter M. Fredin)
Scott Goehring packs snow on his sculpture of hands he made in the front lawn of his home Sunday, Dec. 29, 2002, in Manchester, Conn. (AP Photo/Journal Inquier, Leslloyd F. Alleyne Jr.) **
Thirty life-size elephant sculptures made their first public debut in Southern California in an effort to bring awareness to the endangered Asian Elephant species.
Owners of a business new to Tucson learned the hard way that one man’s art may be another’s scrap metal.
Lloyd G. Schermer's sculpture "Our Neighbors" is on display at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.
A new piece of art at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum brings the past into the present.
"Midsummer Night's Dream" artwork decorates a pebble garden at George Mehl Foothills Park. The bronze shoes of people and fairies are "left behind" as visitors escape the real world for a little while.
These bronze-cast shoes wait in a stone garden as part of a larger sculpture, created in 2010 by Rebecca Thompson.
The first thing you notice about the shoes is their odd location - lined up on a patch of gravel at George Mehl Foothills Park.
Why would someone go to so much trouble to damage a sculpture at
the University of Arizona library?
There's something — or somethings — big afoot at the
Tucson Jewish Community Center, which is at 3800 E. River Road. On
Thursday, a crew installed three sculptures — including a
2,200-pound, 7-foot marble piece — as part of the center's new
sculpture garden. The garden's grand opening will b…