Visualizations of Public Sculptures
The ultimate expression for Art in the Public Square will be the commissioning of large sculptures similar to “Binding Contract” on a hillside along DelObispo. Such a sculpture in the appropriate San Juan themes on each of the Gateway Corners at Ortega and Del Obispo and other downtown locations will make an unmistakable statement about San Juan. With such sculptures, San Juan Capistrano will not be just another art town, but will be the envy of neighboring cities, and will be memorable for the exhilarating effect on the human spirit of residents and visitors. Such sculptures will be made possible in part with future donations from art-loving sponsors and patrons. To donate click here.
Please note that the selection and placement of any future sculpture would be subject to deliberations and approval of a Art Commission or similar body appointed by the City Council. All images shown are conceptual ideas and are not intended to be commissioned in their likeness.
A Majestic rearing horse at the Gateway Corners dramatically greeting visitors to San Juan.
Here a jockey beckons visitors to San Juan. The equestrian theme would be most appropriate for this most equestrian town.
If the Cowboy wasn’t so tired he might take note of the proud elk across the street. The elk is undoubtedly greeting visitors coming into San Juan Capistrano or perhaps looking for a mate?
This conceptual rendering for the Mission Corner inspires the imagination. Even more inspiring would be a flock of swallows alighting on the space.
This replica of a tired soldier represents the many honorable actions our military have performed in defense of our country.
What would the two gentlemen from San Juan History be talking about? If it was 1894, they would be talking about the new depot in town serviced by the Atcheson Topeka and Sante Fe Railroad Co.
By his presence, the Inn at the Mission may be expected to be a place where music abounds and fun times will be had.