Well I decided to look for art honoring women and it was pretty slim pickings, but I did come up with a few.
This is the only statue honoring an individual woman. She wrote a well-known song about the mountain “America the Beautiful”. So her statue gets to actually face the mountain.
This woman representing the pioneering spirit is paired with a man, but all that’s visible from this angle is his rifle.
This dancing dame is on a revolving pedestal, so it is a little difficult to capture her face. The man seems to be in charge.
This is a more typical bit of art. Woman as part of a rock.
These young women are part of a larger grouping, bookended by young men.
I think this rather dated (it was so modern in 1963) grouping used to be downtown before it was moved near the art museum.
I think this lot covers the spectrum of womanhood: virgin, mother and crone.