Listen to DeeDee talk about her project:
Deedee Morrison combines history, art and innovation to create site-specific public art that fosters a unique sense of place. The artwork is refreshing, welcoming, inclusive and contemplative. The proximity of the community library inspired a naturalistic theme.
The Larchmont portion of the Elizabeth River Trail is a picturesque transitional gateway. Heavily used by neighboring residents for exercise and as a gathering spot, it’s an entry point for the trail and features a parking area.
The artwork is situated on three 6’x2.5′ rectangular, concrete bases left from a previous public art project.