• Noodles & Doodles, a zany and inviting entrance to the garden. A blanket of colored recycled rubber lies under brightly colored stainless steel “ribbon” arches. Conceptualized by Smith Bourne & Associates, Inc. Realized by Matthew Placzek. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography

  • Fletcher Benton (American, b. 1931), Folded Square Alphabet O, 1987, painted steel, edition 2/3, Museum purchase with funds from the Art Purchase Fund and John and Anne Nelson in honor of J. Robert Duncan, 2012 King of Ak-Sar-Ben, 2013.1
  • Bernard Matemera (Zimbabwe, 1946–2002), Metamorphosis, serpentine stone, Gift of Richard and Frances Juro, 2007
  • George Sugarman (American, 1912–1999), Yellow Ascending, 1977, steel, aluminum, paint, Museum purchase in memory of Leo A. Daly, 1983. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography
  • Ron Parks (American, born 1939), Pencil Bench, 2009, painted stainless steel, Museum purchase with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Truhlsen, 2009
  • Ron Parks (American, born 1939), 22½ Degrees with Crayon Tips, 2009, painted carbon steel, Museum purchase with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Truhlsen, 2009
  • Peter McClenon Carter (American, born 1981), Cubular, 2009, glass, concrete, acrylic, and LED lights, Museum purchase with funds provided by Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Truhlsen, 2009