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.
The sculpture “Aria” by Michael Jacobsen in the Waco F. Childers Jr. Sculpture Garden on East Stone Avenue.
Here I’m exploring an interactive chalk art illusion. When posing a certain way and the picture is taken from a certain angle, the person appears to be riding the bike. Directions are given:
This is theme day in the City Daily Photo community. See other interpretations of the Me theme here.
This sculpture by Yelitza Díaz Muzzarelli is located on the Mauldin public art trail. It embraces the theme “Appreciation of Diversity,” exalting the spirit of struggle, equality, and reciprocity of the among humans regardless of their differences.
The Regenesis Statue by Charles Pate jr. is on the corner of South Main St and Perry Avenue. It represents the way Greenville is re-creating itself from a former textile powerhouse.
The Rose Crystal Tower sculpture by artist Dale Chihuly, located in Harriet’s Garden at the entrance to Falls Park.