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Work in Progress

Work in Progress is a temporary public art exhibition gifted to the Fayetteville community through private donors and matched with Arts Council funding.

Special thanks to our donors:

Dr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Callahan
Tony and Joanne Chavonne
Kirk and Jenny deViere
Brian Easley
Tim Edwards and Bill Jordan, Blackwell & Edwards, PA
Danny and Suzanne Hesseltine
Eric Lindstrom and Kennon Jackson
John Malzone, C. John Malzone Marketing, Inc
Dan McInnis
Eric and Rhonda Nobles
Olde Fayetteville Insurance
Hank and Diane Parfitt, City Center Gallery & Books
Andrew and Tiffany Pennink
Piedmont Natural Gas
Darlene and Mike Ransom
Nate Webster and Rude Awakening Coffee House
Mayon and Mackie Weeks


Artwork in the current in current installation can be enjoyed daily through September 2018.

For No Apparent Reason

Paul Hill

Painted Steel and Wood

301 Hay Street, Arts Council

Go Behind the Scenes

Tall Trikaya

Rob Lorenson

Painted Aluminum

Rowan and Green Streets


Hanna Jubran

Painted Steel

433 Hay Street, City Hall Plaza

Absolute Uncertainty

Paul Hill

I-beams, Wood, Concrete

Ray and Hay Streets

Go Behind the Scenes


Jonathan Bowling

Repurposed Steel

325 Franklin Street

Fayetteville Area Transportation & History Museum


Jonathan Bowling

Repurposed Steel

106 Hay Street

Ball and Red Staircase

Adam Walls

Painted Steel

Hay and Old Streets

Fortitude III

Mark Krucke

Powder-coated Steel

Festival Park

Tree of Good and Evil

Charles Pilkey

Painted Steel, Bronze

Maxwell Street, Arts Council

Natural Embrace

Paul Hill

Corten Steel

Person Street Plaza

House Portal

Bob Doster

Stainless Steel

Gillespie and Person Streets


Bob Doster


301 Hay Street, Arts Council


Jonathan Bowling

Repurposed Steel

201 Hay Street

September Wind

Bob Doster


Gillespie Street, Historic Courthouse

Peak Between Trees

Mark Krucke

Painted Steel

Hay and Green Streets

Two Witnesses

Shawn Morin

Bronze, Granite, Steel

Cumberland County Courthouse


Casey Narron

Fabricated Steel, Paint

Hay Street Entrance, Airborne & Special Operations Museum