Green Spaces at Market Street

“Green Spaces at Market Street” is a painted steel railing that sits on top of a retaining wall overlooking the River Walk and creatively uses cut outs in steel to show flora found on the River Walk and fauna native to San Antonio. Created by San Antonio artists Ashley Mireles and Cade Bradshaw, along with Stephen Simson Studio Landscape Architects, “Green Spaces at Market Street” replicates the artist duos’ two wildlife viewing blinds set to debut at the Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge at Phil Hardberger Park, located in City Council Districts 8 and 9. “Green Spaces at Market Street” is the first in a series of connectivity projects at the River Walk Public Art Garden located downtown on Market Street between Alamo and Bowie Streets. The River Walk Public Art Garden gives its visitors the opportunity to experience San Antonio’s world-class art scene in an open-air environment, while also learning about public art installations across the city through rotating and permanent pieces.

Medium type: Metal

Date created: 2020

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Location

Market Street between Alamo and Bowie Streets, San Antonio, TX, 78205

Additional Information

Accession Number: 2020.BRAMIR.1
District: 1
Location: River Walk Public Art Garden

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