Founded in 2011, the Ellen Clark Sculpture Park is a small fenced-in grassy space in St. Louis, Missouri. The 16 sculptures at the park are the work of the late St. Louis-based Marianist artist Brother Mel Meyer. Besides its colorful abstract sculptures, the spot is also known for being an unofficial dog park as well. While it is generally open during the day, the park’s hours can vary based on weather or seasons. The park is named in honor of former university trustee Bob Clark’s late wife Ellen.