Christ Door

Located at the chapel's north entrance, these double doors feature a tree symbolizing the seven main points of the Second Article of the Apostles' Creed, and images of Baptism and the Lord's Supper on the interior. [more]

Crucifixion

A gift from former Gustavus Adolphus College President Edward Lindell and his wife Patricia, Crucifixion is a visual reminder of Christ's sacrifice. [more]

Jacob and the Angel

The Genesis story of Jacob wrestling a man or angel is portrayed by this single, ambiguous figure. Jacob's struggle represents our own inner struggle. [more]

Linnaeus (Head of Carl von Linné )

This sculpture was placed at the entrance to the Linnaeus Arboretum Interpretive Center to commemorate the Swedish natural scientist who lived 1707-1778. [more]

Luna Moth Matrix

This sculpture serves as a metaphor of the promise of resurrection and renewal, and celebrates the memory of Douglas Sandberg. [more]

Masks of the Muses

Located outside the Anderson Theatre, this piece represents Melpomene and Thalia, goddesses of tragedy and comedy. [more]

South Wind II

South Wind II, a memorial to Gustavus Vice President for Finance Rud Lawson, is one of a series of Granlund sculptures ascribing gestures and personalities to the four winds. [more]