Parker Station Professional Office Building has a wonderful collection of public art including bronze sculptures, photography, paintings and stained glass. (click on pictures for a larger view)
Scroll below to learn more about out fine artists.
Parker Station Professional Office Building would like to introduce you to our fine artists whose works are on display throughout our building:
Sculptor Greg Todd was born and raised in Goodland, Kansas, and from early on has been involved in some form of artistic endeavor. After majoring in art and receiving his degree from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, he taught high school art and began his own personal career as an artist. Initially Greg worked both in painting and sculpting; however, he soon found he could capture his ideas best by casting bronze using the centuries-old lost wax method. Therefore he has since focused in this medium.
Greg has gained national recognition through galleries and art shows depicting a variety of subject matter including wildlife and human figures. In God's creation -the world around us- Greg finds an infinite supply of subject matters.
Greg is the artist for "Mountain Rose", "Pocket Full of Frogs" and "Smitten with Kittens" which are on display in our Building. More information here
Carol Cunningham has been sculpting her subjects for over twenty-nine years. Her major subject was the horse until she moved to Colorado twenty years ago from Texas. Rendering spirit and character in clay and bronze, Carol has now expanded her subject matter to wildlife and various subjects incorporating children. Carol is well known for her capturing the inner action of children and animals.
Carolís education and training includes Lincoln University, Kansas City Art Institute, Southwest Craft Center and McNay Art Institute. Carol also has bred and trained horses for many years, and is a past Director of the Missouri Veterinary Museum. More information here
Don Budy specializes in realistic,figurative,bronze sculpture from table table top to Life sizes, for the private collector and for the public arena.
Linda Leniton has been nationally recognized for her decorative glass expertise. She also works in wood and metal but her roots are in glass.
Linda prides herself in creating unique pieces of decorative glass, etched glass, stained glass, bristlecone pine fountain tables and metal art that are statements of art.
Each piece of stained glass and bristlecone fountain table is made in her own studio. You can stop in and see some of her fine pieces at Parker Station. More information here