Artworks
A series of six sculpture cairns portraying the meaning of peace
Five sculptures 2’ x 2’ x 5’ and one sculpture 3’ x 6’ x 3’ along a 1/2 mile long sculpture corridor
2001
Five artist-designed rest stops along a 1¼ mile section of the Midtown Greenway
The five sites vary in size from 10’ x 20’ to 20’ x 30’
2008
A canoe shaped bench and mesh screen depicting a family canoeing
Bench 10’ long x 2’ wide x 17” high Screen 4' high x 6' wide
2017
18 artist design bike racks for the transit center and plaza
18 bicycle racks approximately 3' high x 2' wide x 6" deep
2014
An environmental learning artist designed mini golf course
2 ½ acre installation – 18 sculptural holes vary in size from 450 sq. ft. – 1,000 sq. ft. each
2005

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  • Ingraham Art Works updated the Artwork Putting GREEN
    Putting GREEN is an experiential environmental learning center built around a custom designed mini-golf course. Each of the 18 golf holes portrays a different environmental learning theme (erosion, energy use, non-point source pollution, etc.). Mini golf holes are constructed primarily from recycled and repurposed materials.   
  • Five artist-designed rest stops along a 1¼ mile section of the Midtown Greenway, a popular urban greenway/trail. Each rest stop includes sculptural benches with cast bronze shoes and a marker/sign asking a question of visitors. Each site has a distinctive theme related to journeys through the neighborhood and in our lives - Nature, Culture, Entertainment, Work and the Past. The shoes and questions reflect the diverse history and culture of the areas along the greenway. Bronzes are cast from sho…
  • Ingraham Art Works updated the Artwork Canoe Bench
    A canoe shaped bench and mesh screen depicting a family canoeing. Canoe design reflects the canoe launch and ponds at O’Leary Park and the role of canoe travel in is Eagan’s history. The bench is made from White Oak salvaged from a Dakota County barn and sustainable, durable Black Locust wood. The screen is made from powder coated steel supports and vinyl coated galvanized steel fence.  
  • Eighteen artful bicycle racks enliven Target Field (home of the MN Twins) Transit Station. The rack designs reflect the unique context of the downtown Minneapolis site. Bike rack design themes include sports (baseballs), transit (LRT train and busses) and green technology (recycling and CFL light bulbs). Created for the Minnesota Ballpark Authority and Hennepin County
  • Greg Ingraham updated the Artwork Putting GREEN
    Putting GREEN is an experiential environmental learning center built around a custom designed mini-golf course. Each of the 18 golf holes portrays a different environmental learning theme (erosion, energy use, non-point source pollution, etc.). Mini golf holes are constructed primarily from recycled and repurposed materials.   
  • Greg Ingraham updated the Artwork Pathway to Peace
    A series of six sculptural cairns along a ½ mile route form a gateway/wayfinding route connecting Lyndale Farmstead Park with Lake Harriet Park. Inscribed in each stone sculpture are words collected from neighborhood residents on the meaning of peace.