OKC Museum of Art Fletcher Benton Sculpture Foundation

Visitors to downtown Oklahoma City can enjoy a new work of public art, “Folded Circle Split” by Fletcher Benton. This already-iconic nine-foot-tall bronze sculpture, which Benton created in 1984, is the inaugural sculpture in Carolyn Hill Park on the southeast side of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. The sculpture was given by Jon and Molly Ott in honor of the Museum’s 75th anniversary. 

This is the second-largest bronze Benton sculpture in the world and provides dramatically different profiles from different angles. The foundation consists of a 14-ft by 12-ft square thickened slab above a 7-ft square sculpture footing.

Number of Stories: 1

Foundation System:


Framing System:

Conventionally Reinforced Concrete

Project Location:

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Oklahoma City Museum of Art


Johnson & Associates


Structural Design Services / EOR

Project Type:

Entertainment & Sports
Special Structures


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