Think of art is as the beginning of a conversation between artist and viewer, where artwork is a visual "hello". Viewers engage in that conversation by responding to the piece or to other viewers, often igniting other sparks of inspiration.
David McCune is a well-known artist in the Fayetteville area and is known for this metal sculptures, but also works in watercolors, acrylic, metal wall art, jewelry and custom furniture. (http://www.davidmccune.org/david_mccune_artist1.htm)
Overlooking the Downtown Fayetteville Art Park, Dancer, a galvanized aluminum and stainless steel structure, is now not only a part of the Work in Progress II exhibit, but is now also one of three permanent public art pieces to make its home Downtown.
What’s your next step? Learn more about all of the pieces in the current “Work in Progress” exhibition.
Are you curious about the pieces included in the inaugural run of the "Work in Progress" exhibition? Click here for a map of all 11 pieces.