Cloud Arbor by Ned Kahn, 2012. This public art work consists of 64 stainless steel poles that emit a "cloud" of mist that rises, swirls and falls. Stroll, run or wander through the poles to have a refreshing and unique experience. Cloud Arbor is located in Buhl Community Park at Allegheny Square, across from the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. It was made possible through a gift from the Charity Randall Foundation. Photo by Larry Ripple.
No fear of your #bike getting scratched up against a tree while you have lunch at the park.
Did you know that the Dallas Arts District is the largest urban art district in the country? The area is compromised of 19 block and 68 blocks filled with performing arts venues, museums and galleries.
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