Columbus Public Art To Reflect And Consider

 

When it comes to living in the city, the eye can often become myopic. We grow used to the hazy gray of tall concrete buildings and cloudless skies. We glance over the sharp and often jagged angles of our urban environment and it makes us restless, anxious even. It’s become all too easy to compromise color in a world seemingly devoid of it. That’s what makes public art so important to our daily lives and our well-being. Here are a few examples of some Columbus pieces that’ll get you to pause and reflect in a world that usually moves way too fast.

The Aminah Robinson Mural

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Scioto Lounge Deer Sculptures

The Scioto Mile Facebook
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Flowing Kiss

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via columbus.gov

The Topiary Park

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via The Topiary Park Facebook

Ohio Supreme Court Gavel

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The Columbus Art and Design Piece

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via Columbus College of Art & Design – CCAD Facebook

Arnold Statue

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