Mammoth / Neville Public Museum's "Tundra"

© Photographed September 5, 2016
Erected 2016
Green Bay, Brown County, Wisconsin
44.518090, -88.018279
44°31'05.1"N 88°01'05.8"W


Carl Vandenheyden
Recycled Metal Sculpture
Made from recycled steel oil tanks and found objects, Venderheyden's portfolio includes dozens of lifelike animals, birds and angels. In this sculpture, his largest creation to date, Vanderheyden captures the strength and movement of an extinct Pleistocene creature brought back to life.

Born in 1958 in Green Bay, Carl Vanderheyden spent most of his adult life working with his hands. However, in 2014 Vanderheyden bought his first welder, and his artistic career exploded. Examples of his signatures sculptural style can be seen throughout Brown County and across the nation.

A gift from The Romaine and Mary Schanock Family Foundation. Special thanks to John Joester and Renco Machine Company, Inc.
"Tundra" is located at the entrance to Neville Public Museum, located at 210 Museum Place, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303.

Carl Vanderheyden: Fine Steel Art Creations 

The Neville Public Museum

The Neville Blog (August 31, 2016): Our Mammoth Sculpture Has a Name!

Wikipedia: Woolly Mammoth

See also, "Mama and Baby Bones", also at this location.

"Tundra" is included in Wisconsin's Whimsical Roadside Attractions.

Dexter and "Tundra" hangin' out.

The eye of the great beast!

"Tundra" and "Mama and Baby Bones"

(now home to Titletown Brewery) in the distance.

"Tundra" (on the left) is located at the entrance to
The Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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