1. Joanna Blake’s “Great Blue Herons” at JD Williams Professional Building at East-West Highway and Baltimore Ave: Herons depicts three herons joined with outstretched wings at their tips, forming the international symbol for recycling, atop a tall steel base at the office building’s south lawn.
2018 will mark the Public Art Initiative’s second placement of temporary year-long works. This year introduces two new artists’ work to the program:
2. George Sabra’s provocative environmental jeremiad “Era Gate” at Riverdale Recreation Park
3. Grant McFarland’s inviting artifice “Asymmetrical Equilibrium” at Riverside Neighborhood Park.
Returning artists’ works include:
4. Craig Berube-Gray’s ode to resiliency and community outreach, “Sweet-Hearts” at Beale Circle;
5. Alan Binstock’s aspirational “Totem” along the Rhode Island Ave. Trolley Trail; and
6. Paul Steinkoenig’s timeless meditation, “In Harmony” (coming late January 2018)
Take a self-guided tour sometime using our Google Map, and bookmark the Initiative website at http://hycdc.org/rppai