Pedestrian Art

The Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County, in collaboration with Tri-State Sculptors, has installed 12 sculptures as part of the popular Pedestrian Art public art program. Curated trolley tours of the sites will be held on the inaugural International Sculpture Day, April 24th, with Wilmington hosting one of over 50 events planned in 12 countries.  Click here for more ticket information.

The Arts Council of Wilmington will also launch its Arts on Tour mobile app on April 24. The state-of-the-art technology platform will provide location-specific audio interpretation of arts venues in New Hanover County, including the sculpture installations.

The 2015 Tri-State Sculpture Conference will be held in Wilmington, October 1-4, and it was a natural partnership,” said Rhonda Bellamy, executive director of the Arts Council of Wilmington & NHC.

Carl Billingsley
COMET: ICE & IRON
Carl Billingsley
Ayden, NC
Hannah Block Parking Lot
Denton_Transformation
TRANSFORMATION REVISITED
Andy Denton
Greenville, NC
Riverwalk Extension
Gallucci_Immigrant-Gate-View 2 (1)
IMMIGRATION GATE
Jim Gallucci
Greensboro, NC
500 block of Castle St.
Gallucci_Digital-Gate-view2 (1)
DIGITAL GATE
Jim Gallucci
Greensboro, NC
Rotary Wheel @ Greenfield Lake
humpty
HUMPTY-DUMPTY
Eric Isbanioly
Greensboro, NC
New Hanover County Public Library
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REVOLVED DOG ASANA
Andy Denton
Greenville, NC
2nd & Market St.
Amante Linear Form
LINEAR FORM
Matt Amante
Winterville, NC
9th & Princess St.
Denton_Floating_2
FLOATING SHOWOFF YOGI
Andy Denton
Greenville, NC
Wilmington Chamber of Commerce
One Estelle Lee Drive
Motion
MOTION
Jeff Kiefer
Clayton, NC
Riverwalk Extension
Quarter Moon #1 copyQUARTER MOON
Carl Billingsley
Ayden, NC
200 block of Willard St.
Beacon
BEACON
Jeff Kiefer
Clayton, NC
The Arts Council of Wilmington has three permanent pieces in downtown Wilmington:
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STRAINING TO BE
Paul Hill
Bijou Park
200 block of N. Front St.

Light
LIGHT BEFORE TIME
Jeff Hackney
305 Chestnut St.
Wind Harp 2

WIND HARP
Phil Hathcock
400 block of Water St.