“This Could Be” by Christina Kwan will be at Piastra Restaurant on the Atherton Square Wall at 45 W Park Square
The choices made by the Council were based on which art would “make sense” for Marietta, O’Shields said.
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“We narrowed it down to who is the best of the best,” she said, adding the Council worked closely with the city’s Historic Board of Review to ensure each mural would respect Marietta’s historic buildings and architecture.
Angela Faustina Peach III is at 50 Powder Springs Street on the track side wall.
The Mountain to River Trail runs from Kennesaw Mountain to the Marietta city limits. The event will also feature a set of sculptures that will be installed along the trail for 60 days.
Those sculptures will be installed over the next few weeks leading up to the festival. Other events include live music, entertainment, fine arts and photography fence gallery and visual arts.
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O’Shields said she hopes the community will appreciate this unique way of celebrating Marietta. She said organizers have also worked to balance the desire for contemporary attractions with the need to be respectful of the historic buildings around town.
“Nothing that we are doing is something that we hope to ever take away from the historic aspect of our town,” she said.
“En Pointe” by Lindsey O’Shields will be at Georgia Metro Dance Theatre at 49 W Park Square on the Mill Street side.
Craig Stanley’s Marietta is at 34 Mill Street.
Donna Barnhart’s “Tabula Rasa” will be installed on the back wall of Kiosco Restaurant.
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Lauren Stumberg's "Joy” is at 25 W Park Square on the McNeel Alley side.
Interwoven, Unravelled by Leigh Ann Culver will be at 31 Mill Street on the trail side wall.
Lindsey O'Shields' "Big Little Chickens” is at 17 Whitlock Avenue on the track side wall.
Lindsey O'Shields' "McPherson Tire Shop” is at 135 Church Street.
Muta Santiago's "Mural My Nature Is Not Silent” will be seen on the side of Taqueria Tsunami.
Olga Sidilkovskaya and Leah Cochran’s “ May-Retta” is at 60 Powder Springs Street on the track side wall.
Matthew Mederer's “If You Don’t Stop, Then You Won’t Get Caught” will be installed behind House of Lu.
You can learn more about Mountain to River Trailfest by visiting the Marietta Arts Council's website.
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