The Oregon Sculpture Trail began in 1911 with the creation of Lorado Taft's sculpture, "The Eternal Indian" - commonly referred to as the Black Hawk statue. Since that time, Oregon's legacy of art has expanded to include numerous pieces including: "The Holy Family," "The Soldiers' Monument," "The Blind," "The Fish Boys" and "Paths of Conviction, Footsteps of Fate." Today, visitors to Oregon can enjoy a sculpture tour while driving through Oregon on Illinois Route 2. Step-on guide available for bus tours. Visit website for complete sculpture trail information, including a downloadable sculpture trail map.