Before the CVS building, the Kress Building occupied this space on Main Street. Back in the day, it had a popular lunch counter. It was finally demolished in 2001.
The tree lights recently added to NOMA Square transform the flat black pedestal into a starry reflection on the Orbital Trio sculpture.
The Julie Valentine play sculpture in Cleveland Park has a plaque: “In memory of Julie Valentine. A place to reflect on the value of all South Carolina Children.” For more information, visit The Julie Valentine Center
A sculpture in the atrium of they Hyatt Hotel.
This mural was a project between the Sterling School 5th grade class, the Blank Canvas Mural Company and SmartArts. It was painted on the side of a moving container and can be seen from the Sliding Rock Creek greenway trail.
The Orbital Trio sculpture in NOMA Square by John Acorn.
This statue collection in the Peace Center plaza commemorates Richard W. Riley ‘54, who served as Governor of South Carolina and U.S. Secretary of Education under President Bill Clinton.
This brick image on the side of the CVS on McBee Avenue includes elements of downtown Greenville such as bridges, fitness trail and music scene.
Sculpted in bronze by artist, Tuan Nguyen, “Meditation” which stands in Greenville, South Carolina
This sculpture “Untitled” by Joel Shapiro is in Falls Park overlooking the falls.