Here is a sampling of Susan E. Warner's most recent public art projects
Elwell Park 2.0 | Minneapolis 2021
Initially designed and installed between 1998 and 2000, Elwell Park featured a cast concrete and mosaic couch (9-feet long) with
inlaid tile paintings. In addition, the park featured a cement turtle with a mosaic 'shell'. The most recent renovations to the park
involved 'reupholstering' the couch to revitalize the worn surface and adding an information kiosk.
A Perfect Day at the Lake Mosaics | MSP Airport 2016
"For me, going to the lake is the quintessential Minnesota experience" according to Warner. A Perfect Day at the Lake is the theme for the pair of mosaics she was commissioned to create as part of the MSP airport renovations of the mens' and womens' on all concourses.
These mosaics are located in Terminal 1 on the Tram Level: MENS and WOMENS
RSVP Neighborhood Markers | Saint Paul 2011
A trio of columns representing the history, nature and people of the south Como community. Meander the distance of Calvary Cemetery and look for images that reflect: the railroad industry, Como Zoo and Como Park such as the Schiffman mermaid fountain an gates ajar.
The columns are located at the intersections of Jameson and Front, Chatsworth and Front, and St. Albans and Front in the South Como Neighborhood.
Greetings from Minnesota | Saint Paul 2008
Created for the state sesquicentennial, this monumental travel postcard highlights regional arts, culture, myths & landmarks. Look for: return of the wolf; musical symbols of Judy Garland, Prince, Bob Dylan; Weisman Museum; Walker's Spoonbridge & Cherry; and more. Framed by tiles for the 87 counties.