Here’s an updated list on new sculptures in Salisbury
A list in Monday’s edition of the Post failed to note some late substitutions, eliminations and a name change of works in the 2017 Salisbury Sculpture Show.
Most of the pieces were installed late last week.
Here’s the latest rundown of the 2017 sculptures, their artists and where the art is located in Salisbury:
• “Speaking Without,” Stephen Hayes, Rowan Public Library.
• “Oak Leaf Shade” bench, Jim Gallucci, Rowan Public Library
• “A Question of Balance,” Charles Pilkey, Trolley Barn (Lee Street side).
• “Large Watcher,” Matt Amante, First United Methodist Church (at the West Fisher Street entrance).
• “Linear Form,” Matt Amante, Water Plant (corner of North Church and West Kerr streets).
• “Elevated Intersection,” Matt Amante, Livingstone College.
• “Ark,” Charles Pilkey, Catawba College Center for the Environment.
• “Cotyledon,” David Boyajian, Catawba College near the student union.
• “Unfurling With Seeds I,” David Boyajian, Salisbury Depot.
• “The Three Graces,” Hanna Jubran, former Wrenn House parking lot across from Rowan Public Library.
• “Peaceful Passage,” Jordan Parah, Livingstone College.
• “Oasis II,” Cathy Perry, Easy Street (downtown).
• “Sea Glade II,” Cathy Perry, corner of North Lee and West Kerr streets.
• “Core Red,” Adam Walls, Rowan Public Library.
• “Roll Over,” Robert Winkler, Rowan Museum.
• “Astral Projection,” Ray Katz, corner of West Innes and North Fulton streets (St. John’s Lutheran Church property).
• “Solar Totems II,” Richard Pitts, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
• “Candle,” Richard Pitts, Hogan’s Alley.
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