AUSTIN PUBLIC ART RECOGNIZED
Two public artwork projects in Austin have been chosen for the 2010 Public Art Year in Review. The Year in Review recognizes 40 of the year’s best public artworks in the United States and Canada.
The temporary Austin public art projects that were selected are “Bait Box” by Buster Graybill and “Giant Mushroom Forest” by Bill Davenport. They were on display on the east side of the hike-and-bike trail along Lady Bird Lake and the west side of Auditorium Shores, respectively, from March until the end of last year.