This year’s Salisbury sculpture show features eighteen sculptures by artists from across the Eastern United States. These pieces of outdoor art now have temporary homes in downtown Salisbury, at local colleges, and throughout our community. The 2020 Salisbury sculpture show will run from June 2020 to April 2021.
Here are the sculptures located in the Downtown Salisbury area:
1) “Life”, by Adam Walls, located at St. John’s Lutheran Church, at the corner of West Innes St. and North Fulton St.
2) “The Geometer’s Gate”, by Charles Pilkey, located at the Rowan Public Library at 201 West Fisher St.
3) “Flight”, by Jim Weitzel, located at Magnolia Park, at the 126 West Innes St.
4) “Icarus”, by Paris Alexander, located at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, at the corner of West Council Street and North Church Street.
5) “Simultaneous Links”, by Jordan Parah, located at the Water Plant at 400 North Church St.
6) “American Buffalo”, by Russel Foster, located at the Rowan Museum in the 100 block of West Council St.
7) “Lizzie Crozier French”, by Mary Ruden, located within the City Hall front lobby at 217 South Main St.
8) “Balance Point”, by Hanna Jubran, located within Easy Street.
9) “When Dogs Fly”, by Jason Morris, located at the Trolley Barn on North Lee St.
10) “Car Monsters”, by Charles Pilkey, located at Lee Street Theatre at the corner of North Lee St. and Kerr St.
11) “Cloud Deer”, by Jonathan Bowling, located at New Sarum Brewing at 109 North Lee St.
Here are the sculptures located at local colleges and around the community:
12) “Swallowtail II”, by John Parker, located at Catawba College at 2300 West Innes St.
13) “ConCon Tower”, by Matt Amante, located Livingstone College at at 701 Monroe St.
14) “Flutter Crown Archway”, by Jim Gallucci, located Livingstone College at 701 Monroe St.
15) “Greenspace Bench”, by Matt Amante, located at Novant Health at 911 West Henderson St.
16) “The Forest At Night”, by Charles Pilkey, located at Trinity Oaks at 728 Klumac Rd.
17) “Flatlander”, by Richard Pitts, located at Trinity Oaks at 728 Klumac Rd.
18) “Tumble Arch”, by Jim Gallucci, located at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College at 1333 Jake Alexander Blvd.
The first stop on your tour is the Visitor’s Center at 204 East Innes Street where you may pick up a brochure and begin your walking tour of the new sculptures within historic downtown Salisbury. Brochures are also available at the Rowan Public Library, Rowan Museum, Waterworks Visual Arts Center and at local downtown businesses, restaurants and galleries.
We also have a free mobile audio guide! The Otocast app is used around the country for public art, historic sites, murals, landmarks, architecture, monuments and other points-of-interest. Just download the Otocast app and search for Salisbury, NC!
For more information, visit www.SalisburyNC.gov/SculptureShow.