Go on an inspiring art tour in Videbæk.
Skildpadden (‘The Turtle’) by Harvey Martin; stands at Kunstpavillonen in Anlægget.
Bølgerne (‘The Waves’) by Steen Bek; stands at Anlægget in Videbæk.
Øjenkontakt (‘Eye Contact’) by Harvey Martin; stands at Kunstpavillonen in Anlægget.
The four seasons are from the winter of 1995/96, and are by the locally born sculptor and curator Jens Lund. The sculptures are in Videbæk Anlæg in front of "Arne Haugen Sørensen Museum", and are made...
"Midsommer" was built by Jens Lund in 1936, and erected at the entrance to the facility in Videbæk in 1973.
The soldier is a beautiful sculpture by local-born Jens Lund. The sculpture can be found at Bethania in Videbæk together with many other of Jens Lund's works of art.
"Nordmanden" is set up on the square at Bethania in Videbæk, and was made by the local-born artist Jens Lund. The sculpture is set up together with Hedepigen and Soldaten.
Hedepigen (‘The Heath Girl’) by Jens Lund; stands at the plaza by Bethania.– designed in 1929 and set up in 2003.
Harmoni by Ole Mynster Herold. Stands at Videbæk Farmacy.
Kappebavianen (‘The Hamadryas Baboon’) by Henrik Voldmester. Stands at Videbæk Farmacy.
Forår (Vølund Smede) - stands at the bus station in Skjern.
Stjernetorv-Springvandet (The ‘Stjernestøv Fountain’) by Preben Laugesen; made in 2002 and set up at Stjernetorvet in Videbæk.
Tror du det (‘Is that what you believe?’) by Jørgen Pedersen. Stands at Stjernetorvet in Videbæk and made and set up in 2003.
Rislestenen (‘The Purling Stone’) by Ole Mynster Herold; stands at the entrance to Stjernetorvet and was made and set up in 2003.
V is a beautiful red sculpture of red iron in the roundabout in Videbæk. The artwork was created by the artist Per Arnoldi, and is known as Videbæk's trademark.