New Sculpture in Downtown
Last updated on July 01, 2022
On Thursday, June 23, 2022, the City of Orlando and District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill revealed downtown’s newest art installation entitled, “Solidarity.”
The 35-foot-tall stainless-steel sculpture design is composed of twisting ribbon-like forms that extrude upward in space, embracing a large reflective sphere high in the sky. The relationship between forms in the design represents the relationships in communities, and in the world.
“Solidarity” is one of five public art installations that were made possible through funding by the I-4 Ultimate Project Art Endowment Program, which aims to beautify the I-4 Ultimate corridor.
The sculpture artist, Hunter Brown, has works that can be found in private, commercial, and public art collections in over 25 states and three countries. You can check out the sculpture at 42 W. concord St.
And if you want to check out more art sculptures in downtown, be sure to add the See Art self-guided tour to your Orlando bucket list! See Art Orlando is a collection of nine permanent contemporary public art sculptures inspired by various elements of Orlando and embodying the diverse fabric of the city.