Atlanta BeltLine: Cycles

David Landis
Rose Circle Park

David Landis, 2010
Sculpture
Stainless Steel
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

"Cycles" is a 21-foot-tall sculpture composed of swirling abstracted stainless steel Ginkgo leaves. It's a community public art project uniting the diverse neighborhood and influenced by the designated historic tree of the area, the ginkgo tree. The work is composed of abstracted ginkgo leaves flowing in a rhythmic circle, implying motion, change, and the seasonal and generational cycles of life. David Landis was an adjunct professor at Georgia State University's sculpture department. His work ranges from large-scale public commissions to smaller private works.
Address
White St. SW
ATLANTA, GA 30310
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Sculpture
Stainless Steel
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

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