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ART IN PUBLIC PLACES
  San Francisco & N. California
    Palace of Fine Arts
    Mayor George Moscone
    Hills Bros Coffee Drinker
    Hall of Justice
    Dr. Jesse L. Carr
    St. Francis, St. Anselm's Church
    California State Capital
    Gen. John A. Sutter
    First Westerners
  Southern California
    Norman Feldheym
    Dr. Linus Pauling
  Outside California
    This is the Place Monument
    "Neith"
    Guam
    Sheikh Khalid Bin Mohammed Al-Qasimi

ART IN PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
    Owl of Athena
    Kirk Douglas
    High Climber
    Mermaid & Dolphin
    Emperor Haile Selassie
    Minoan Bulls
    Barnaby Conrad
    Lions
    Ilinka
    Wolo, Puppeteer

MEDALLIONS
    Hawaii Statehood
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    San Francisco Twin Bicentennial
    Alaska Centennial
    Giannini Award
    Leon Peters Award
    Florette Pomeroy Award
    Pacific Mutual Life Insurance

STATUETTES
    Levi Straus
    Jockey of the Year

CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF COMMISIONED WORK
(not a complete list)

Sculptures
by
Spero Anargyros




"This Is The Place" Monument
Salt Lake City, Utah

From 1944 to 1947, Spero Anargyros was the chief assistant to Mahonri Young, grandson of Brigham Young, who created the "This Is The Place" Monument, Emigration Canyon, Salt Lake City, Utah.

In the above picture Mr. Anargyros returns to the "This Is The Place Monument" on October 15, 1999. On that day the Brigham Young University Museum of Art co-hosted a symposium honoring sculpture Mahonri Young and where Mr. Anargyros was a guest speaker.


In 2000 Mr. Anargyros created a bust of Mahonri Young. One cast is at the Brigham Young Museum of Art and a second cast is on display at the Mahonri Young home and studio, Weir Farm National Historic Site , Ridgefield/Wilton, Connecticut.


This Is The Place Monument Heritage Park Website
This Is The Place Monument Utah State History Website