Downtown Rutland
The heart of Rutland County.

Sculptures

Downtown Rutland is home to several incredible works of art from local, national and international artists. Walk around Downtown Rutland and discover our colorful murals, prestigious galleries and marble sculptures.

Downtown Rutland Sculptures

Downtown Rutland is home to several incredible works of art from local, national and international artists. Take a walk on the sculpture trail to view historic works featuring moments from Rutland’s history, commissioned by local philanthropists.

Marble Sculpture Trail Selected Works

“Stone Legacy,” Alessandro Lombardo and Andrea Ingrassi, 2018, Center Street Marketplace Park.

“Stone Legacy,” Alessandro Lombardo and Andrea Ingrassi, 2018, Center Street Marketplace Park.

“Ann & Solomon Story,” Evan Morse and Amanda Sisk, 2018, West Street.

“Ann & Solomon Story,” Evan Morse and Amanda Sisk, 2018, West Street.

“Andrea Mead Lawrence,” Steve Shaheen, 2018, Chittenden Building.

“Andrea Mead Lawrence,” Steve Shaheen, 2018, Chittenden Building.

“54th Regiment,” due to be installed on Merchants Row in May 2019.

“54th Regiment,” due to be installed on Merchants Row in May 2019.

"Jungle Book," Sean Hunter Williams, 2017, Center Street.

"Jungle Book," Sean Hunter Williams, 2017, Center Street.


Mixed Media Sculptures in Downtown Rutland

“Action Horse 1,” Kurt Kretvix, located outside Brix Bistro, from the Trash 2 Art contest in 2010.

“Action Horse 1,” Kurt Kretvix, located outside Brix Bistro, from the Trash 2 Art contest in 2010.

“The Leash," Patrick Farrow, 1984, Depot Park. Photo By Donna Wilkins Photography.

“The Leash," Patrick Farrow, 1984, Depot Park. Photo By Donna Wilkins Photography.

A “Tribute to the Brilliance of Christo & Jeanne-Claude” by Bill Ramage, 2016, West Street.

A “Tribute to the Brilliance of Christo & Jeanne-Claude” by Bill Ramage, 2016, West Street.

“Reach,” Cristoph Spatz, August 1990.

“Reach,” Cristoph Spatz, August 1990.