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ArtScape 5

On Display July 2021 - June 2022

ArtScape 5 initiative features a collection of engaging and thought-provoking artwork and sculptures on display that beautify the landscape of our community. From a talented pool of artists across the United States, 9 of the most impactful and relevant art pieces were hand-selected by a Public Art Committee to be on display for the 2021-22 exhibition.


1. Pandemonium: A Self Portrait

Artist: Erin McCarthy
Medium: Bronze Figure with Steel Base
Location: 117 Dick Street
Gifted by Cool Spring Downtown District

2. Hill Climb

Artist: Jim Collins
Medium: Aluminum
Location: Bragg Blvd. & Walter Street
Gifted by Dr. Daniel A. McInnis

3. Low Poly - Open Heart

Artist: Matthew Duffy
Medium: Aluminum Diamond Plate
Location: Burgess Street & Old Street
Gifted by Hay Street Methodist Church

4. Ribbon Arch 1

Artist: Jim Gallucci
Medium: Painted Galvanized Steel
Location: 433 Hay Street
Gifted by Tony & Joanne Chavonne

5. Chromatic Tower

Artist: Cecilia Lueza
Medium: Polychromed Aluminum
Location: Ray Avenue & Hay Street
Gifted by Eric Lindstrom & Kennon Jackson

6. A Novel Idea

Artist: Craig Gray
Medium: Granite
Location: 112 Hay Street
Gifted by City Center Gallery & Books

7. Guardian Wings

Artist: Jessica Bradsher
Medium: Steel and Wood
Location: Green Street & Hay Street
Gifted by Piedmont Natural Gas

8. Bull

Artist: Jonathan Bowling
Medium: Repurposed Steel
Location: 325 Franklin Street
Gifted by Nobles Pound Financial Planning, Inc.

9. Creepy Crawley

Artist: Adam Walls
Medium: Painted Steel
Location: 121 Hay Street
Gifted by CROO Designs & Collyn Strother

Special Thanks To Our 2021 Donors

ArtScape 5 is made possible due to the continual support of Fayetteville|Cumberland Parks & Recreation, contributing donors, and community partners.
Dr. Daniel A. McInnis
CROO Designs & Collyn Strother
Hay Street Methodist Church
Nobles Pound Financial Planning, Inc.
Piedmont Natural Gas
Cool Spring Downtown District
Tony & Joanne Chavonne
City Center Gallery & Books
Eric Lindstrom & Kennon Jackson

History Of The Public Art Initiative

In the late 2000’s, the Works In Progress initiative, now known as ArtScape 5, was launched as an annual public art exhibition. In 2017, under the guidance of Eric Lindstrom (SBL Architects) and the Arts Council, the initiative was transformed into one of the most successful public art exhibitions in North Carolina.

Artwork and sculptures are gifted to the Fayetteville community. In the past 5 years, the Arts Council, with support from private donors, have invested over $200,000 into the initiative, culminating over 60 pieces of artwork and sculptures that have been on display, 8 of which have become permanent artpieces purchased for the City of Fayetteville.

Making A Difference In Our Community

The Arts Council of Fayetteville | Cumberland County supports individual creativity, cultural preservation, economic development, and lifelong learning through the ARTS. 
Grants, programs, and services are funded in part by contributions from community partners, and through grants from the City of Fayetteville, Cumberland County, and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural & Cultural Resources.