Soul Food

Soul Food

~public art, beauty, Fayetteville AR

forms reaching skyward

while colors and textures play

soul merging with art


We just had a Grand Reopening Celebration for our local performing arts center called the Walton Arts Center. The event was filled with excitement as people feasted on food, music, and celebration. It was too much noise and stimulation for me so I wandered outside to find this lovely new sculpture in the courtyard. We are very lucky to have a performing arts center of this size and caliber in our relatively small town, and yet I’m not thrilled with the new design. Maybe it will grow on me, or maybe it’s time to practice gratitude.  🙂



17 thoughts on “Soul Food

  1. We love the sculpture at Gastradamus. Out with the old and in with the new, now that’s change we can believe in. Please check out my blog Gastradamus. Its incredible, people are comparing my formula of writing to the famous Terrance Winter. Please let us know what you think of Miss Scarlet and Blue Jasmine. You won’t be disappointed


  2. Wonderful that you have such a great centre in your town Brad..I can see why this sculpture has you holding back your reserve as to its meaning… I often wonder what is in the mind of an artist as they create such pieces..
    As you have taken the photo with the backdrop of trees and blue sky it looks striking. The posts to me perhaps symbolize stability as the sphere on the top denotes perhaps Oneness..
    The centre itself looks to be modern in design.. Its wonderful though as it brings people together..

    Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving Brad… Enjoy your day my friend Sue x

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