Two pieces by famed sculptor Albert Paley will be installed at the Blue Goose Hollow section of the Riverwalk.
Public Art Chattanooga earlier issued a national call to artists for a significant public art project at Blue Goose Hollow, a trail head access point on the new Tennessee Riverpark Extension located at the West terminus of MLK Blvd.
Officials said, "The site has a long history of industrial use and was previously an African American community called Blue Goose Hollow. It was also the birth place of famous blues singer Bessie Smith."
The Paley works are entitled "Resurgence."
The Lyndhurst Foundation and Benwood Foundation are providing $120,340 to cover the costs of the site prep and the ongoing maintenance.