Buy a Lighthouse

Own one of the Lighthouses on The Mag Mile that touched hearts throughout the world.  The lighthouses below are available for purchase. If you are interested in purchasing a lighthouse, please contact:
Angela D'Antonio at (312) 447-3246 or via email


Sculpture Details

Material: Fiberglass Resin
Size: 6 feet tall, 30 inch diameter
Weight: 55 lbs
Mounting: 3 aluminum brackets at base
Base
Material: Fiberglass Resin
Size: 42x42x12 inches
Weight: 70 lbs
Two 60 lb. sandbags (not included) are recommended to increase stability if displayed outdoors. You can purchase sandbags at your local hardware store.
The sandbags are inserted in base.

 
 
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Eyes

By Arts of Life North Shore Studio

A collaborative work of more than 30 artists, with and without disabilities, this piece has over 200 unique sets of eyes in different sizes, shapes and colors, over a light blue background. The contrast between the light blue background and the bold colors of the eyes makes the sculpture vibrant and whimsical. This work captures the onlooker’s attention no matter where you look giving each viewer a splendid “eye full” of color and fun. 

 
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come on in

By Michael Bryant
of Project Onward

This colorful lighthouse represents access and inclusion for people with disabilities. Through its unique representation of the help received by The Chicago Lighthouse, with its location, Roosevelt and Wood, painted on the sculpture, this artwork is the perfect symbol of hope and acceptance. With the multicolored bricks interlaced up the piece and the portrait of Louis Braille, this work embodies the value of would be best in a home or office that truly believes in the mission of The Chicago Lighthouse.

 
  EveryBODY has a Story” by Matthew Kopp of Tellin’ Tales Theatre and Louis DeMarco of Project Onward

Everybody has a story

By
matthew kopp - tellin’ tales theatre
louis demarco - Project Onward

Artist Matthew Kopp, of Tellin’ Tales Theater, the only disability-run theatre company in the Chicagoland area, worked on this piece in collaboration with Louis DeMarco of Project Onward, a nonprofit studio and gallery for professional artists with mental and developmental disabilities.
Their vibrant and thought-provoking piece shines a light on the personal stories of individuals with disabilities who are making our community a better place every day.

 
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a study of light

By kyle langer

Artist Kyle Langer created this lighthouse to visualize the feeling of living with depression and anxiety disorders, while offering empathy and encouragement to viewers who have faced struggles of their own. Its bold colors and encouraging message make this sculpture the perfect addition to a home, garden, health center, or gallery space.

 
 Path to ability  By william douglas of project onward

Path to ability

By william douglas
of project onward

This modern, inspirational piece is a true focal point of access and inclusion. Artist William Douglas from Project Onward, a nonprofit studio and gallery for professional artists with mental and developmental disabilities, created unique lettering that wraps around the lighthouse bringing to life empowering words of inspiration and equality. This exceptional sculpture showcases a stark white background with bursts of yellow beginning at the base and working its way to the top with inspiring messages looping around the lighthouse.