If you've ridden the Blue Line you've probably noticed some of the art at the transit stations. Most noticeable, of course, is Thomas Sayre's red-clay disks, "Furrow," in the South Boulevard median at the Scaleybark station.
From today through March 27, an exhibition at the Carillon building uptown, 227 W. Trade St., “From Studio to Site - Public Art in Charlotte-Mecklenburg” looks at 12 public art projects around the city.
Among the works displayed in the photographic exhibit will be Dennis Oppenheim's "Reconstructed Dwelling" (above, right) from the Tyvola station, and "Heritage 4 Charlotte," (above, left) from Myklebust + Sears, four columns recently installed at the airport.
The Carillon is home to one of my favorite Charlotte works, Jean Tinguely's "Cascade." Be sure to notice it if you visit the other exhibition.