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Wrapping Plaza Midwood

By July 12, 2019October 21st, 2019announcing, art, design, go outside, public art
Plaza Midwood Signal Cabinets

I am so thrilled that my recent signal box wrap project with the Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association and Plaza Midwood Merchants is complete! You can now see art from eight amazing Charlotte artists (plus me!) on the traffic signal cabinets along Central Ave. and The Plaza.

Let’s take a walking tour, shall we?

Start at the corner of Hawthorne and Central for Holly Spruck’s Charlotte skyline:
Head up to Clement, in front of Bistro la Bon, to see Annada Hypes‘ adorable illustrations:
At the corner of Pecan and Central, you’ll find Mo Wineman’s homage to Plaza Midwood:
My piece is next to Workman’s Friend, a companion piece to the Can Do Sign, “Do the Sidewalk Skip”:
On The Plaza you’ll find Eva Crawford’s lush hydrangeas:
Head up to Belvedere, next to the Van Landingham Estate, for Matt Myers‘ sniffing dog train
Then loop back down to Commonwealth for Christine Dryden and Chantilly Montessori students’ Eric Carle-inspired collages:
Back to Central and down to Veterans Park. Directly across the street is David French’s woodsy creek:
Last on our tour (unless you’re heading uptown from Three Amigos, in which case it’s first on our tour) the corner of Morningside brings us Melissa Herriott’s colorful alcohol ink painting:

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