Dale Lewis typically creates ten large-scale sculptures a year.


With plenty of time on his hands during the 2020 COVID quarantine, Dale created 21 new sculptures - his most prolific year yet!

To view the virtual magazine covering his 2020 Retrospective, simply click on the COVID Steel image.

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Covid Steel Cover

"Spreading the Love" in Northfield

Dale Lewis and Northfield, MN, fused glass artist, Gerie Thelen collaborated to create

this latest sculpture entitled

"Spreading the Love."

This activity is made possible by Artists on Main Street, a partnership organized locally by the Northfield Downtown Development Corporation and the City of Northfield Arts and Culture Commission.  Funding and other support provided by Rethos: Places Reimagined, Springboard for the Arts, and the Bush Foundation.

Installed October 6, 2020

Gerie Thelen and Dale Lewis

"Spreading the Love"

Northfield Armory Square

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Gumby and Pokey

featured on Channel 5 KSTP

January 18, 2021

Gumby and Pokey sculptures and an interview with Dale included in the story.

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Big Stone Mini Golf and Sculpture Gardens 

featured on Channel 5 KSTP 

October 6, 2020

Many of Dale's sculptures

are included in the story.

2020 Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk has bang and now "Bing!"

Bing with Dale Lewis

With special permission, Dale was one of a select few allowed to install

his sculpture during the COVID-19 quarantine for the 2020 Sioux Falls Sculpture Walk.

"Bing" will remain in Sioux Falls for two years.

Big Stone Advancing Arts Sculpture Gardens & Mini Golf

Adds Five Dale Lewis Sculptures 

August 2019

Wooly Bully, Big Bird, Harley the Rhino, Dunes the Camel and When Pigs Fly the Natural Way

became permanent additions to the sculpture garden at Big Stone Mini Golf in 2019.

They joined previously purchased Sasquatch and When Pigs Fly Fighter Jets.

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Big Stone Mini Golf, 7110 County Road 110 W, Minnestrista, MN  55364
Wooly Bully
At 13 feet long and over 9 feet tall, Wooly Bully weighs nearly 1300 pounds
(over 600 pounds of tie wire for his hair).
He took nearly 6 months to build.
I named him Wooly Bully
because the whole time I was building
him, that song "Wooly Bully" kept going through my head!
Wooly Bully at Big Stone

Big Bird

The extinct Elephant Bird of Madagascar inspired "Big Bird." At 9.5' tall and 6.5' long, it represents the largest land bird ever known. 

I was recently interviewed at KDWA Radio. To listen to the Big Bird interview, click on the button below.

When Pigs Fly the Natural Way
Dunes the Camel
When Pigs Fly the Natural Way
Harley the Rhino