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Bronze Sculptures by Helen Post


Included within the completed Alan and Helen Post Park are five bronze sculptures created by Helen Post from 1972 to 1997. The sculptures are mounted on columns and are located in a grove of trees in the northeast corner of the park. The five sculptures are: Helmet Head/Chicken Colonel, 1972; Helmet Head/Binoculars, 1976; Bird Lady, 1990; Angel, 1997; and Pyrenees Shepherd, 1997.

Sculptures by Helen Post 

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Sculpture by Helen Post


Helen Post was an accomplished sculptor and civic leader whose art, including the ferrous cement and bronze sculpture at the entrance to the Teichert headquarters and the bronze figures at the Aesclepius Medical Building, has graced the Sacramento community for decades. Her work was exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the region and state, including, among many others, the Crocker Art Museum. Throughout her life, Helen was active in the civic life of Sacramento. Helen was a founder of the Family Service Agency and was active in many organizations, including the Creative Artists League and the Kingsley Art Club.