The Columns - Ronald Zerafa
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The Columns - Ronald Zerafa

Artist: Ronald Zerafa
Poured concrete
30' high

The four entrance columns to our garden of sculptures are reminiscent of Greek culture. Both elegant and impressive, they form a classical setting for the works to follow. We could indeed be in Athens in the 5th Century, the Golden Age of Greece. Their task is twofold - to welcome viewers to our "museum without walls" and to provide our garden with a strong historical anchor. Once again we are reminded that Windsor has made a public commitment to art, which is a necessary component of any "golden" society.‚Äč

Anne - Leo Mol

Apatosaurus and Triceratops

Audio Corridor - Ian Lazarus

Bell Measure - Stephen Cruise

Business Man on a Horse - William McElcheran

Chicken and Egg - Morton Katz

Claim Post - Scott McKay

Composition with Five Elements - Haydn Davies

Consolation - Joe Rosenthal

Consophia - Ian Lazarus

Cordella - Maryon Kantaroff

Dancing Bear - Pauta Saila

Eve's Apple - Edwina Sandys

Flying Men - Dame Elisabeth Frink

Ground to Ask the Sky - Royden Mills


King and Queen - Sorel Etrog

Morning Flight - Gerald Gladstone

Obelisk - Sigmund Reszetnik

Penguins on a Waterfall - Yolanda Vandergaast

Racing Horses - Derrick Stephan Hudson

Rinterzo - Joseph DeAngelis

Salutation - Ralph Hicks

Space Plough 2 - Sorel Etrog

Tembo - Derrick Stephan Hudson

The Columns - Ronald Zerafa

The Garden - Maryon Kantaroff

The Sisters and Sisters II - Morton Katz


Tohawah - Anne Harris

Tower Song - Ted Bieler

Trees - Toni Putnam

Union Six - Bruce Watson

Voyageur Canoe - Ralph Ireland