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Landscape of Downtown Fayetteville Comes Alive With ARTScape 5

Updated: Jan 7, 2022

[Fayetteville, North Carolina] – The thriving arts and entertainment district of Fayetteville gives enthusiasts another art experience to venture as the Arts Council of Fayetteville introduces its next series of public art installations on display now through June 2022. ArtScape 5 is an annual public art initiative featuring an awe-inspiring collection of engaging and thought-provoking artwork and sculptures installed throughout the downtown Fayetteville area that beautifies the landscape of our community.

Among the hundreds of applications received, 9 of the most impactful and relevant art pieces created by a talented pool of artists from across the Unites States were hand-selected by the Arts Council’s Public Art Committee to be on display.

As families stroll the streets of downtown Fayetteville, they discover how this collection of interactive public art makes a bold and buzzworthy impression on our community’s self-image by allowing artistic visionaries to cultivate and embellish our scenic viewpoint, and by positioning the arts and entertainment district as a welcoming art experience for visitors.

Grab a copy of the ArtScape 5 Map for locations to view each art piece and make it a family affair… take a family photo with your favorite art piece and tag it on social media using each personalized public art hashtag. By the end of November, the artist of the art piece that received the most votes will receive a $1,000 People’s Choice award and featured artist spotlight article. ArtScape 5 Maps are available at The Arts Center, 301 Hay Street, or download at

Pandemonium: A Self Portrait

Artist: Erin McCarthy

Medium: Bronze Figure with Steel Base

Location: 117 Dick Street

Gifted by Cool Spring Downtown District


Hill Climb

Artist: Jim Collins

Medium: Aluminum

Location: Bragg Blvd. & Walter Street

Gifted by Dr. Daniel A. McInnis


Low Poly - Open Heart

Artist: Matthew Duffy

Medium: Aluminum Diamond Plate

Location: Burgess Street & Old Street

Gifted by Hay Street Methodist Church


Ribbon Arch 1

Artist: Jim Gallucci

Medium: Painted Galvanized Steel

Location: 433 Hay Street

Gifted by Tony & Joanne Chavonne


Chromatic Tower

Artist: Cecilia Lueza

Medium: Polychromed Aluminum

Location: Ray Avenue & Hay Street

Gifted by Eric Lindstrom & Kennon Jackson


A Novel Idea

Artist: Craig Gray

Medium: Granite

Location: 112 Hay Street

Gifted by City Center Gallery & Books


Guardian Wings

Artist: Jessica Bradsher

Medium: Steel and Wood

Location: Green Street & Hay Street

Gifted by Piedmont Natural Gas



Artist: Jonathan Bowling

Medium: Repurposed Steel

Location: 325 Franklin Street

Gifted by Nobles Pound Financial Planning, Inc.


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