As of September 25, 2020. There are 20 public art exhibits located in the City of Attica. Bob and Melinda Shepherd have sponsored by following 15 sculptures.
Talonted Fisherman was created by Gary Hovey of New Knoxville, Ohio. Gary is a unique artist that makes sculptures from stainless steel flatware even though he suffers from Parkinson’s disease. There are over 1,000 pieces of flatware in the eagle and it is located behind the Old Library at 101 S. Brady Street.
Gem was produced by Jeff Satter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is located at 206 S. Brady Street
A bronze sculpture, was created by Ben Hammond of American Fork, Utah and is located in the behind the United Methodist Church at 200 E. Jackson Street in their Meditation Garden.
Rhamnousia was made by Greg Mendez of Decatur, Indiana and in located in McDonald Park at 402 E. Jackson Street.
Lucia was created by Greg Mendez of Decatur, Indiana and is located at the Jackson Street end of the City Building whose address in 305 E. Main Street.
Nucleus III was produced by Jeff Satter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is located at 104 E. Jackson Street.
Local Perspective was created by Jason Richter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is located at 220 S. Perry St.
Stretching Cat a bronze sculpture, was made by Eric Thorsen of Big Fork, Montana and is located at 200 S. Perry Street.
Counter Balance was created by Jeff Satter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is located at 101 S. Perry Street.
Red Squiggle was produced by Alex Mendez of Decatur, Indiana and is located at 107 N. Perry Street.
Germination III a bronze sculpture, was created by Nathan Johansen of Provo, Utah and is located at 100 N. Perry St.
Tight Curve was made by Jeff Satter of Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is located at 104 W. Main Street.
Saturday’s Distraction a bronze sculpture, was created by Sherri Treeby and Lee Leuning of Bad River Artworks of Aberdeen, South Dakota and is located at the south side of the Attica Public Library at 305 S. Perry Street.
Flight was made by Matt Miller of Cape Girardeau, Missouri and is locate at the Attica Elementary School at 500 E. Washington Street.
Seahorse was created by Crysten Nesseth of Cameron, Wisconsin and is located at 502 S. Council Street.
The Caddy was made by George Lundeen of Loveland, Colorado and is located at the Harrison Hills Golf Club at 413 E. New Street. The following bronze sculpture was sponsored by the Harrison Hills Golf Club.
Dinoguy was sponsored by Kathy Poston, made by Tom Abbott and is located on the Poston property at 515 E. Pike Street.
A mural was painted on the south side of the building located at 212 S. Perry Street by Zach Medler and LaDonna Vohar of Lafayette and Carol DeSutter of Attica. Funding for the project was created by Attica Main Street.
Spirit of the American Doughboy is the oldest bronze sculpture in Attica. This sculpture was created by Ernest M. Viquesney of Spencer, Indiana in 1927 and is located at the Attica Public Library at 305 S. Perry Street.
Bicentennial Bison to the Attica Consolidated School Corporation in 2016 and it is located at the Attica High School at 211 E. Sycamore Street. Donated by Duke Energy.
Mural by CERA Street Art in collaboration with Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN), Tippecanoe Arts Federation (TAF), Indiana Arts Commission (IAC), Attica Community Foundation and Attica Main Street. One of 3 murals in Fountain County completed in the summer of 2021 for #WHINWalls