Art in Roanoke - The Natural City

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Art in Roanoke at Elmwood Park - The Natural City is a temporary sculpture exhibition in Roanoke’s Elmwood Park Art Walk. Ten sculptures are being displayed for 18 months along the axis adjacent to the Roanoke Public Library and stretching from the South Jefferson Street Entrance of the recently renovated park and concert venue. Artists were selected in a competitive process including both existing pieces and site specific work created just for this location and exhibition. Artists are from around the country and around our region. Sculptures include: "Decending Night" by Jack Howard-Potter; "Rawrenok" by Anthony Heinz May; "Cougars and Eagles" by Roberts Clements; "Leaf" by Dan Kuehl; "Peek between Trees" by Mark Krucke; "Life Cycle" by Hanna Jubran; "Celebration" by Cecilia Lueza; "Sustain" by Charlie Brouwer; "Rising Puzzle" by Jacob Smith; "Ask the Fish 2.0" by Stephen Fairfield.

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  • Directions: From I-81, take Exit 143 to I-581 South toward Roanoke. Take I-581 South for approximately 5.5 miles and take Exit 5 to Williamson Road toward Downtown Roanoke. Take Williamson Road for approximately 1/4 mile and then turn right on Church Avenue. Continue down Church Avenue to reach the city offices.
  • Major Access Routes: I-581, US 220, US 460