Joseph Pasquale Pollia, (Italian born American, 1894-1954, Boston MA) Granite base 31x38", bronze figure with knapsack and rifle, 50"high. Three plaques are on the base: Spanish-American War Veterans Insignia, memoriam to members of the Lieut. Charles Field Company, No. 5 USWV, and an honor roll of names. Dedicated June 9, 1928.Located on the grounds of the Greenfield Public Library, Main St. Greenfield, MA.
Maple syrup, Laura Rodley, approx. 4' x 4.5' first floor, Greenfield City Hall, Greenfield MA
Asher Benjamin architect 1773-1845. Federalist design, completed 1797. Now, Greenfield Public Library,402 Main St., Greenfield, MA
Thurston Munson, painter, muralist, architect. (1906 - 1998) approx. 5' x 30'
Steven George Maniatty, (1910 - 1984) Lobby of TDBanknorth, Main St. Greenfield,MA
Reba Rasbury designer. At Court Square, Greenfield, MA.
Homer Gunn (1919 - 2001)
A 27"high Aberdeen granite pillar and base topped with a bronze eagle. Dedicated October 6, 1870 Located on the Town Common, Greenfield.
W.L.Williams,Greenfield City Hall
A 250 pound bell cast by Paul Revere's foundry. A gift by David Wells to the town of Greenfield in 1799. Located at the entry of Greenfield Community College.
Emily Gropen and friends, mural, 2014. approx. 10' x 60'. Location: side of Greenfield's Market, Main St.
John Sendelbach, sculptor 2013, stainless steel frame and stainless steel cutlery shell. Located at Deerfield St. Greenfield, MA
Designed by Janet Braun-Reinitz, executed by Nancy B. Baker, and sponsored by The Institute for Cultural Understanding. Located on Main St. facing Veteran's Mall, Greenfield, MA.
Designed and sculpted by Homer Gunn, (1919 - 2001) inspired by the biblical quote, "They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks."
Bronze serpentine wall, weighing over three tons, featuring bas relief and cutout techniques, designed and sculpted by Homer Gunn (1919 - 2001). Dedicated on November 11, 1965 to the veterans of WW1, WW2, and the Korean and Vietnam wars.