The Wichita Dome sculpture was inspired by the grass house architecture of The Wichita tribe whose ancestors lived in the Central and Southern Plains. It was on display from October 2018-September 2019.

The Wichita Dome followed the successful creation of “Don’t Fence Me In.” The sculpture was situated on the east end of the 12-acre median of Kell East and Kell West freeway near the Attebury Grain Elevator, allowing residents and visitors easier access to the artwork.

The contemporary design for the dome was created by artist Erick Zambrano. Erick is a graduate of Midwestern State University. Other artists contributing to the creation of the Wichita Dome were Alexes Anguiano, Audra Lambert, and Ramona Stegal.

Renderings by Erick Zambrano:

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