Lawn Art With Neighbors (L.A.W.N.) invites the community of Springfield to create a work of art in your front lawn for a city-wide public art exhibition that can be experienced while safely practicing physical distancing.
Start at the parking lot at 313 N Boonville at 3 p.m. for a 10-12 mile social bike ride that will feature photo ops at a few of Springfield Sculpture Walk's sculptures. Then, gather for food, fun, and fellowship at Harbell's.
The Ozark Greenways, Jordan Valley Park, Springfield Regional Arts Council and Sculpture Walk Springfield have pulled together to reveal to the public 4-5 new permanent sculptures to be displayed this fall in Jordan Valley Park. These pieces will extend the existing public art route, creating a museum without walls with access to all in the heart of
Artist: Jacob Burmood
Dimensions: 3’H x 2’W x 2’D
The interwoven complexities that work in conjunction give this piece a sense of deep harmony and simplicity, and are the basis of its inspiration.
Artist: Nick Willett
Dimensions: 7'H x 2'W x 2'D
This piece contains areas of exposed mild steel, which encourages people to touch by dubbing it a "wish granting tree." The shape would suggest that a person would make a wish while touching it.
"Charred Pearl II"
Artist: Darin White
Dimensions: 36"H x 30"W x 20"D
"The Family That Drinks Together Stays Together"
Artist: Cathy Russell
Medium: Aluminum Cans
Dimensions: 12'H x 6'W x 6'D
"Dovetails and Void"
Artist: Eli Gold
Medium: Reclaimed Cedar
Dimensions: 59" Diameter
Dovetails and Void is possessed of a symmetry and a refined aesthetic, not minimal, but concise -- clearly thought-out parts with a visual balance that do not clutter.