Chicago North-West Nighborhood / Village of Schaumburg: Public Art

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Above Image: Splash by Jerry Peart


Schaumburg is a northwestern suburb of Chicago and is part of the Golden Corridor.

Why a special treatment for Schaumburg? Because Schaumburg is my neighborhood!


Village of Schaumburg: One Percent for Art program
The Village of Schaumburg One Percent for Art program began in the year 2000. It allocates one percent of the village capital improvement budget will be spent on public art. So far new public Art pieces have been installed at various public locations like Schaumburg Metra Railway Station, Schaumburg Town Square, and Trickster Art Gallery. Scroll down for the links..







Village of Schaumburg


Schaumburg Metra Railway Station
Darwin’s Bulldog [2005] – by Benbow Bullock .. click here..

Schaumburg Town Square
Schaumburg Town Square.. click here..
Rubber Tipped Crane [2012]  – by Christine Rojek.. click here..
Spirit of the Prairie [2002] – by David Alan Clark.. click here..
Veterans Gateway Park [2005].. click here..

Schaumburg: Trickster Gallery
Splash – by Jerry Peart.. click here..
Heart of the Basket Maker [2008] – by Cliff Fragua.. click here..

Schaumburg: Prairie Center for the Arts
Awaking Muse [2006] – by Don Lawler and Meg White.. click here..
Ecce Hora [2002] – By Christine Rojek.. click here..
Swan Program [1994].. click here..
Tree Trunk.. click here..

International Sculpture Park.. click here..

To See: Public Safety Memorial -mural. Memorial Plaza in Schaumburg, Illinois. Sculpture by artist Jay Tschetter.



Mayor Aims To Put Art In Eyes Of Schaumburg.. click here..


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