This curious artwork is located in the West End Village – I haven’t quite figured it out yet.
This painting by Kathleen King is located in the Swamp Rabbit Grocery complex on the side of the TTR Bikes building. It appears that if the hare takes a ‘faceplant’, the tortoise may finish first!
This mural was commissioned by the Daniel-Mickel Foundation. To see more work by Kathleen, check out her Bike Scribbles Shop.
A unique mailbox for the 10 Central Avenue art studios.
This is part of a sculpture outside 10 Central Avenue Studios, located not far from the Greenville County Museum of Art.
This sculpture by Ryan Calloway was recently added to the side of the Swamp Rabbit Trail near the A J Whittenberg Elementary School. The plaque reads
In honor of
James W. Greer
Director of Public Works
Assistant city Manager
City of Greenville
Can anyone name the location that hosts this snake and frog?
A new statue of the late tap dancer Peg Leg Bates was unveiled in front of the 100 East Apartments on East Washington Street. This is the former site of the Liberty Theatre where he often performed before he went on to perform on the stages of New York and the world. He lost a leg in a textile machinery accident at a young age, but went on to develop a tap dancing style that more than compensated for the loss. His work is remarkable even today as shown in this sample video. His advice inscribed on the base is “In life, you don’t let anything stop you”.
The sculpture cleverly composed of nuts, bolts and hardware is by artist Joe Thompson.