Welcome to a collection of diverse and captivating sculptures that sit along Power Boulevard in Kenner. This outdoor art gallery showcases the talent of local and national artists, each piece contributing to the cultural richness of the city.
In 2014, Henry Shane made the decision to enhance Kenner's efforts in enhancing the visual appeal of its city corridors. As part of this initiative, he and his spouse contributed public sculptures by both regional and national artists, aiming to elevate and beautify the streetscape of Jefferson Parish.
These sculptures are located on Power Boulevard, stretching from West Esplanade Boulevard to Vintage Drive, alongside segments of Loyola Drive. Housing a growing collection of over 45 art pieces, this outdoor exhibit offers a daily opportunity for parish residents to immerse themselves in the beauty of these installations.
Overview of Sculptures
Apple Pi - Paul J. Leaman, Jr.
Stacked Jacks - Madeleine Faust
Quantum Leap - Hunt Slonem
Hi - Darrin Butler
Inner Urge - James B. Davis
Man and Women Under A Tree - Thomas Bruno
Hop - Hunt Slonem
Winking Cardinal - Jeffie Brewer
First Spelling Lesson - Henry Shane
Consolations – Lessons Learned - Wayne Amedee
Divine Assembly – Hunt Slonem
Three Jazz Men - Frank Ledbette
Alison's Ambit - Tara Conley
Running By The Lake In the Sun - H. Grace Boyle
Froebel's Gifts Energized - Vivien Collens
Duck Crossing - Frank Ledbetter
CAT-5 Tree - Luis Colmenares
Cannes Brulees - Tana S. Barth
High Seas - Ed Wilson
Kenner Farmer - H. Grace Boyle
The Jogger - Darrin Butler
Freedom Forever - Frank Ledbetter
The Genesis of All Things - James Gorman
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