The Vardry McBee statue has to endure much rain this year.
This statue ‘Il Porcellino’ on South Main Street was donated by the Young Friends of Florence, and matches the original statue in Florence, Italy.
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.
The statue of Dr Virginia Uldrick is located near the SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. She was a driving force in the founding of the school and promotion of the arts in this area.
Nathanael Greene’s statue in front of the Greenville News building.
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General Nathanael Greene was a key general in the American Revolution, and the name of the city of Greenville was created to honor his service and accomplishments.
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The statue of the Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene outside of the Greenville News Building
Dr. Virginia Uldrick is the driving force behind many of the art advancements in Greenville: the Governer’s School for the Arts, teaching love for music and the arts, and establishing the Fine Arts Center. This statue is located in the roundabout at University Street at the entrance to the Governor’s School and shows her energy as though she were conducting an orchestra.
A view of the Max Heller Legacy Plaza on North Main Street. Max Heller was the driving force behind the revitalization of Greenville since the 80’s. His story is shown on the surrounding pillars.