Damaged Public Space Brightens Again for One Day

Rivercross Lawn, Art Comes to Life in Fall for Arts 2018

Updated 35 weeks ago David Stone
Best things in life are...
Best things in life are...
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The Rivercross Lawn, public space recently damaged by excess tree removal, for one day, resumed its role as a space for art in nature during Fall for Arts, 2018. Here are the works as they were seen in progress.

 

String of murals take shape along the Main Street border.
String of murals take shape along the Main Street border.
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Three better than one?
Three better than one?
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Rivercross Lawn, Art Comes to Life in Fall for Arts 2018
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First to finish, "Four Freedoms" abstract by Tad Sudol and Ioan Popoiu.
First to finish, "Four Freedoms" abstract by Tad Sudol and Ioan Popoiu.
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Anna Eppel's mural takes shape.
Anna Eppel's mural takes shape.
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Rivercross Lawn, Art Comes to Life in Fall for Arts 2018
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A family affair.
A family affair.
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Rivercross Lawn, Art Comes to Life in Fall for Arts 2018
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Problem or Solution?
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