Sculptures dot the landscape. Share your photos of Art on the Beltline.
The Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine is coming along nicely and a big attraction is the various art installations that have gone in. We liked this partiular piece of railroad workers made from recylced artifacts from the BeltLine itself near Kevin Rathbun Steak in Inman Park. Check out some of the other interesting and quirky installations on the trail and upload your pix so your fellow Patch readers can enjoy them. Related post: Sneak Peek: Slideshow of the Art on the BeltLine Exhibit
Art on the BeltLine 2012 kicks off Saturday, Sept. 8. Patch tagged along on a preview of the artworks on the Westside trial so we could offer you this slideshow. Scroll below the slideshow to read more about this event.
Organizers call Art on the BeltLine the largest temporary public art exhibit in Atlanta. The event runs Sept. 8 through Nov. and includes concerts and dance performances, in addition to the opportunity to stroll along stretches of the BeltLine to see paintings, murals and other art on display. Artworks will be on display along the Westside trail, stretching from Washington Park to Adair Park in southwest Atlanta, and along the Eastside trail from the Ansley Mall area through Piedmont Park, the Historic Fourth Ward Park and into Inman Park. For more details on the trail, the artworks, artists and live performances that are part of this ongoing event, go the the BeltLine's website. And here's a key to the artworks featured in the slideshow …