Public Art Program

Eden Prairie is home to three public art sculptures through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

These temporary installations are intended to infuse art into the daily lives of residents and visitors in Eden Prairie, and to engage the community in discussions about the value of art in defining a sense of place. 

Artists from across Minnesota submitted sculptures for consideration and selections were made based on a number of criteria, including quality, artistic merit and the connection to the proposed site. Each sculpture is on loan to the City until 2019 and will then be available for purchase.

"Eggcited" is installed at the Art Center
Eggcited

Eggcited
Artist: Kimber Fiebiger

A bronze sculptor since 1978, Kimber Fiebiger earned a bachelor's degree in fine art from the University of Minnesota. The Minneapolis native creates bronze sculptures that range from fun and whimsical to classical and contemporary. Fiebiger's sculptures have been sold all over the country where she has won numerous awards at juried exhibits and art festivals. Her work can be found in private collections, city parks and public art spaces.

 

"Full Sail II" is installed at Purgatory Creek Park
Full Sail

Full Sail II
Artist: Jon Kamrath

Artist Jon Kamrath works out of his studio in Mahtomedi, where he lives with his wife and three young children. He earned his bachelor's degree in art education from Concordia College in Moorhead and his Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from Iowa State University.

Kamrath inherited craftsmanship skills, a love of tools and architectural appreciation from working with his father as a finish carpenter during the summers. He now blends these skills with the playful inspiration of his kids, the beauty of nature and the artistic vocabulary he learned through studying and teaching art. 

For more information about the artist, visit KamrathSculpture.com.

 

 

"Soul" is installed at the Outdoor Center
Soul

Soul
Artist: Victor Yepez

Through his work as a sculptor, muralist and art teacher Victor Yepez has exposed many people to the power and healing that art can provide. Found objects and recycled materials, especially metal, influence many of his sculptures while rich colors and movement are hallmarks of his murals. Yepez graduated with a degree in sculpture and print making from the school of fine arts at Central University in Quito, Ecuador, and lives in Minneapolis.

For more information about the artist, visit mnartists.org/VictorYepez.