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Public Art on St. Kate's St. Paul Campus

Zerogee by Paul Granlund  

<< Zerogee, a sculpture by Paul Granlund, was a 1983 gift from Helen and Thomas Coughlan, friends of the College. It is located in the courtyard between Coeur de Catherine and the Chapel.

The Margaret Mary McGuire Memorial Rose Garden, commissioned in 2004 by Kathryn McGuire Ryder '36, is shaped like the College logo and located west of Coeur de Catherine. It includes "Rosa St. Catherine" a rose honoring St. Catherine's 2005 Centennial. >>

 Margaret Mary McGuire Memorial Rose Garden
Our Lady of Guadalupe, a ceramic tile painting by I. Uriarte

<< Our Lady of Guadalupe, a ceramic tile painting by I. Uriarte and imbedded in Coeur de Catherine's southeast wall, was a gift to Ann Harvey, CSJ, by Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Ouellette in 1975.

Our Lady of Peace, a statue funded by May Fete activities and dedicated Oct. 8, 1943, is located east of the Coeur de Catherine learning commons/library. >>

Our Lady of Peace

<< The Bronze Lions, located by the north entrance, was a 1921 gift from Patrick H. Rahilly, father of Mary E. McCahill, who was a founding member of the College's original Board of Trustees and a close advisor to Mother Antonia McHugh.

The Statue of the Sacred Heart, located west of Derham Hall, was financed by alumnae pledges and installed in 1923 by the College of St. Catherine Alumnae Association. >>

<< St. Francis of Assisi, a 1987 bronze statue by Peter Lupori, a St. Catherine's professor emeritus of art, was commissioned for the Patrick and Alice Schreiber Rogers English Garden located west of Whitby Hall.

Our Lady, a bronze by Peter Lupori, is located west of the Chapel. Its 1998 installation marked the $1.5 million campaign completion and the restoration of the Chapel exterior. >>