This sculpture of steel butterflies by Yuri Tsuzuki is located on the One Main Street building. There will be a collection of butterflies migrating through town all the way to Cancer Survivors Park.
This bronze sculpture in Cancer Survivors Park by Charles Pate Jr. features a child in the protection of a lion.
This painting by Kathleen King is in the Swamp Rabbit Cafe/Grocery complex on the side of the SRT Bike Shop building. The tortoise and hare had plenty of bikes to choose from as they began their race.
The sculpture Waterfall of Light by sculptor Dimitar Lukanov is on display at the GSP Airport.
The sculpture Vélocité by artist Yuri Tsuzuki has been installed on River Street in front of the Link Apartments in the West End. The plaque reads:
Cycling is beauty and balance in movement and momentum.
The trolley routes in Greenville will be rearranged, and 2 new trolleys and 2 new routes added. They will now serve more than just the West End as shown in this sidewalk collage.
Side note: this tile collage by Suzanne Vitti also lists the sister cities for Greenville: Bergamo, Italy, Kortrijk, Belgium, Tianjin, China.
This boxcar artwork was painted by art students of Greer High School, and is located in downtown Greer. It includes scenes around Greer, and the boxcar represents Greer as a train transportation hub, especially since the Inland Port of Greer has opened.
This shopper “Tube Dudette” in downtown Greer is carrying her purse and is also walking her dog. This sculpture is one of a series of “Tube Dudes” sculptures by artist Scott Gerber in Greer.
This smiling sculpture by artist Scott Gerber is at the entrance to Greer City Park. It is one of a series of “Tube Dudes” art pieces placed around the city of Greer. The name “Silly Dude” was assigned as part of a naming contest after the sculpture was placed.
A new statue by the artist Doug Young was unveiled on Saturday in the newly finished Prospect Park at the corner of W Washington and W Broad Streets. It is titled “Water Blessing”, a tribute to the influence of the original Cherokee inhabitants in the region. It comes alive through the use of a small water fountain trickling from the water container.