• Leonard Baskin (American 1922–2000), Oedipus at Colonnus, 1968, bronze, Gift of Lawrence Fleischman, 1980
  • Jun Kaneko (Japanese, born 1942), Untitled, 2005, glazed ceramics,
    Museum purchase with funds provided by Cathy and Troy Perry, Susan and A. J. Thomas, and Jan and Charles Vrana in memory of Jacqueline and Ernest Vrana, 2009. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography


  • (Background) Jun Kaneko (Japanese, born 1942), Untitled, 2005, glazed ceramics, Museum purchase with funds provided by Cathy and Troy Perry, Susan and A. J. Thomas, and Jan and Charles Vrana in memory of Jacqueline and Ernest Vrana, 2009; (Foreground) Betty Woodman (American, born 1930), Bronze Bench #5, 2005, patinated bronze, Museum purchase with funds provided by the Joslyn Art Museum Association, 2009. Photos courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography


  • Betty Woodman (American, born 1930), Bronze Bench #5, 2005, patinated bronze, Museum purchase with funds provided by the Joslyn Art Museum Association, 2009
  • Allan Houser (Chiricahua Apache, 1914–1994), Dineh, 1981, bronze,
    Lent from the collection of TIA, 2009
  • William Zorach (American, born Lithuania, 1887–1966), Spirit of the Dance, 1932, bronze, Lent by the University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1974. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography

  • Tom Otterness (American, born 1952), Large Covered Wagon, 2004, bronze, Gift of Willis A. Strauss Family, 2009
  • Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917), One of the Burghers of Calais: Andrieu d’Andres, modeled 1898, cast 1987, bronze, Gift of John and Carmen Gottschalk and G. Woodson and Anda Howe, 2002
  • Scott Burton (American, 1939–1989), Double-Sided Settee (A Trio), 1983, Grigio Paola granite, Museum purchase with the aid of funds from the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with the Metropolitan Arts Council, 1985
  • John Coleman (American, born 1949), Addih-Hiddisch, Hidatsa Chief, 2008, bronze, after Karl Bodmer (Swiss, 1809–1893), Museum purchase with funds provided by Suzanne and Walter Scott, 2008
  • John David Brcin (American, born Serbia, 1899–1983), Sioux Warrior,
    1935–36/2008, bronze, realized by Matthew Placzek (American, born 1964), Museum purchase, 2008
  • John David Brcin (American, born Serbia, 1899–1983), Sioux Warrior,
    1935–36/2008, bronze, realized by Matthew Placzek (American, born 1964), Museum purchase, 2008. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography


  • Jesús Moroles (American, born 1950), The Omaha Riverscape, 2008–09, granite and water installation with Academy Black granite reflecting pool; three column fountains of Mountain Red, Carnelian, and Dakota Mahogany granite; and Dakota Mahogany granite water wall (pictured); Museum purchase with funds from the Patron Circle for Contemporary Art and Helen and Ted Kolderie, 2008–09. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography


  • Jesús Moroles (American, born 1950), The Omaha Riverscape, 2008–09, granite and water installation with Academy Black granite reflecting pool (pictured); three column fountains of Mountain Red, Carnelian, and Dakota Mahogany granite; and Dakota Mahogany granite water wall; Museum purchase with funds from the Patron Circle for Contemporary Art and Helen and Ted Kolderie, 2008–09. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography 

  • Jesús Moroles (American, born 1950), The Omaha Riverscape, 2008–09, granite and water installation with Academy Black granite reflecting pool; three column fountains of Mountain Red, Carnelian, and Dakota Mahogany granite (pictured); and Dakota Mahogany granite water wall; Museum purchase with funds from the Patron Circle for Contemporary Art and Helen and Ted Kolderie, 2008–09
  • Jesús Moroles (American, born 1950), The Omaha Riverscape, 2008–09, granite and water installation with Academy Black granite reflecting pool; three column fountains of Mountain Red, Carnelian, and Dakota Mahogany granite; and Dakota Mahogany granite water wall; Museum purchase with funds from the Patron Circle for Contemporary Art and Helen and Ted Kolderie, 2008–09. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography

  • Sydney Cate Family Fountain Wall in memory of Betty G. Cate. Located on the eastern perimeter of the sculpture garden, the dramatic fountain wall is 83 feet of Lake Superior Green granite with a Diamond 8 Polished finish that is smooth and reflective. Photo courtesy of HDR Architecture, Inc.; ©Tom Kessler Photography