Four outdoor sculptures have been donated to the city of Roswell (clockwise, from top left): “Granite Ring,” by Chris Rothermel; “The Uniting of Work and Spirit,” by Robert Clements; “Horse Apple,” by James Hetherington; and “Ask the Fish 2.0,” by Stephen Fairfield. ROSWELL ARTS FUND

‘ArtAround’ sculptures donated to Roswell

The Roswell Arts Fund announced the donation of four sculptures to the city’s permanent outdoor art collection from the 2018-19 edition of the ArtAround Roswell Sculpture Tour now ending.

“Granite Ring” by Chris Rothermel, on the City Hall campus by the bridge to the Cultural Arts Center, was purchased by the Roswell Arts Fund and The Hagan Family Foundation as a tribute to Robert Farley “and his immeasurable contributions to the arts in our city,” the Arts Fund said.

“The Uniting of Work and Spirit” by Robert Clements, at Mill Park, was purchased by Randall-Paulson Architects as a gift to the city in honor of the firm’s 25th year in business.

“Ask the Fish 2.0” by Stephen Fairchild, at Don White Park under the Ga. 400 bridge, was purchased by the Arts Fund and a donation from Carl Black Buick GMC, Roswell; and “Horse Apple” by James Hetherington, at Leita Thompson Park, was purchased by the Arts Fund and a donation from the artist.


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