Public Art: A Piedmont
explores public art across the Piedmont region.
Public art is a part of our public history, part of our evolving
culture and our collective memory. It reflects and reveals our
society and adds meaning to our cities. As artists respond to our
times, they reflect their inner vision to the outside world, and
they create a chronicle of our public experience.
June 2014 HLC
John Shurley with Lynn Weis
John Shurley with Louis Asbury, IV
L to R: Louis Asbury, Frank Bragg, Jill Walker, Stewart Gray
John Shurley with Frank Bragg
Mary Lynn and Dan Morrill
Mary Carolyn Dominick