This sculpture – titled Nexus of Light is by Dennis Heimbach, and is located at the intersection of South Main and Augusta Streets.
Take a virtual trip to the Southwestern US in the recently opened Whitefeather Gallery on West North Street, just a few steps off Main Street. It features art in the Southwest theme by South Carolina artists, including Mary Whitefeather’s own enchanting portrayals of Native Americans.
The mesmerizing kinetic sculpture Octo 2 on East McBee Avenue was designed by Anthony Howe, whose work was also featured in his design of the Olympic cauldron in Rio. The sculpture is driven by the wind and only requires a small amount of maintenance each year.
While not a Wrought Iron gate, this access gate behind Project One at 1 North Main Street is definitely a wrought and welded piece of art.
The Reminiscense statue at the corner of Main and Broad Streets by Tuan
First test shots with the Nikon D3s, 14-24 nikon lens. 5 shot HDR, sky replacement, Photomatix, CS4
Sculptures on South Main Street across from the Peace Center tell the story of Greenville’s transition from the past into the future.
First test shots with the Nikon D3s, 14-24 nikon lens. 5 shot HDR, Photomatix, CS4
The tents on the South Main Street bridge stretch in front of the 2014 sculpture of Ten Artispheres, which honored 10 years of Artisphere in Greenville at that time. (So it’s 12 now!)
Artisphere grew a bit larger this year, moving further down South Main Street and into Augusta Street.
Artisphere 2016 starts this Friday May 13 and runs through the weekend.
“Il Porcellino” (Italian “piglet”) is the local Florentine nickname for the bronze fountain of a boar on South Main Street. The plaque on the front reads:
The original bronze wild boar, “Il Porcellino” was placed in the Mercato Nuovo in Florence, Italy by Pietro Tacca in 1612.
Legend has it that if you place a coin in the boar’s mouth and it falls into the grate below, your wish will be granted.
Also, rubbing his nose will bring good luck and guarantee a return trip to “Il Porcellino”
25 October 2011
Young friends of Florence
Greenville, South Carolina