Peace Fountain


Charles Eugene Gagnon

Installation Date: 1989

Materials: Bronze with Earthtone Patina; Basin: Concrete

Description:

The Peace Fountain stands 12 feet high and contains 57 life-sized interlocked bronze doves. Fifty of the doves symbolize the 50 United States, seven represent the 7 major continents and the remaining three symbolize the past, present and future.

About the artist:

Charles Eugene Gagnon was born February 24, 1934 in Minneapolis, MN to Eugene and Inez (Wood) Gagnon. Chuck married his best friend, Arlyn Wind on November 21, 1964 in Rochester, MN. Chuck's legacy of beautiful inspiring bronze sculptures will always speak of love, hope and peace to present and future generations. He was a humble Renaissance man, who loved to work in his studio creating unique bronze figurative sculptures that would inspire all people and make the world more beautiful.

The Charles E. Gagnon and Sculpture Museum preserves, educates, and inspires those who want to explore more works of the fine artist. Private guided tours are arranged for 1-12 visitors by appointment only. Contact Arlyn by phone, 507-282-5202 or by email, gagnonarlyn@gmail.com to schedule a tour.

 

 


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Address

311 Broadway Ave South, Suite A2
Rochester, MN 55904

Phone

507.216.9882

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