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Within the Indiana State Museum is the Governor Frank O’Bannon Great Hall, featuring a soaring 100-foot ceiling and the Indiana Obelisk sculpture, created in 2002 by the Hoosier-born artist, Robert Indiana (born Robert Clark).
The sculpture stands just under 50 feet tall and sits on a five-foot-high base. It is the largest work of art the artist ever fabricated. Upon being awarded the commission, Indiana chose to highlight both the name of the state and the state’s colors, which he felt
Date created: 2002
Dimensions: 55 ft tall
650 W. Washington, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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