Monday, December 19, 2016

CITYLINE INVESTS IN PUBLIC ART, INSTALLS 5 SCULPTURES

Angela Mia De La Vega’s bronze and clay Whirlwind by Lot A Apartments depicts two young girls dancing. CityLine in Richardson

KDC has installed five sculptures at its 186-acre mixed-use development in Richardson. Local and national artists unveiled art installations this week at CityLine. Gordon Huether’s Over the Moon at CityLine Plaza was inspired by the the rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle,” Texas longhorns and the letter C (for CityLine, obviously). Cliff Garten’s Retexo is a bronze sculpture within a fountain in Four CityLine Plaza. 

Timothy Berg and Rebekah Myers’ One of a Kind is a bright green, ceramic rabbit by the DART CityLine/Bush Station inspired by North Texas wildlife. Joseph Havel’s Endless sculpture moved from its previous home at The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston to sit outside the Aloft Hotel. Angela Mia De La Vega’s bronze and clay Whirlwind (pictured) by Lot A Apartments depicts two young girls dancing. 

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