You can now drive down Harwood Avenue in Homewood or Flossmoor Road in Flossmoor and see more than 100 smiling faces of residents who are part of the “Smiles Are Contagious” project. Homewood’s display is on the west wall of Ridgewood Tap at the corner of Ridge Road and Harwood[Read More…]
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Flossmoor is moving forward with the recommendation of its Public Art Commission to change the sculpture collection for 2022, despite some apprehension from village board members. The village board voted 5-1 Monday, April 18, to approve the 2022 sculpture collection update. Trustee George Lofton cast the sole dissenting vote. The[Read More…]
Art lovers who “Pull Up a Chair” next month will help support Flossmoor’s Sculpture Garden and other public art. But they may also walk away with a work of art that’s a unique piece of furniture.
The young girl, frozen in time, looks skyward. She may be gazing at stars, or watching a sparrow in the trees. “Child,” the bronze statue in the downtown Flossmoor roundabout, is one of the pieces of public art supported by the village’s Public Art Commission.