We are starting to see more art along the Razorback Regional Greenway! Here is a running list of art that we found on or near the Greenway. If we missed something take a picture and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get it added to the list. We hope to see more art on the Greenway!
Starting from the end/start of the Greenway near Bella Vista and heading south to Fayetteville.
Nice use of some old bikes.
That sneaky Oz Trails logo.
Some tunnel love.
Getting closer to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. This one is called “A Place Where They Cried” commemorating the Trail of Tears.
And of course Crystal Bridges. The buildings and grounds are works of art by themselves. But scattered all around the property are many cool installments. To the left you see the Fly’s Eye Dome. You really should spend the afternoon here.
This is called “The Way of Color.”
“Buckyball” is located near the parking lots near the entrance to the museum. It lights up at night and those chairs are seriously comfortable.
Location downtown Bentonville right off the square.
“Making Change” a Fleetwood Cadillac covered in coins. This sits outside 21C Museum Hotel. Inside it has its own art gallery.
A little ways off the square located on the side of Pedaler’s Pub you will find this.
Entrance/exit to the tunnel going under NW A Street in Bentonville. (Photo/Art By Kenneth S.)
Other side of tunnel. (Photo/Art By Kenneth S.)
As you start to head towards Rogers you’ll find this. You can even pump up your tires!
It is hard not to miss these giants. Location Rogers.
This pavilion covering was interesting.
Found this Little Free Library near one of the schools in Springdale.
This section of Greenway is art in my mind.
One of our favorites. Some murals on the front and side. Located just off the Greenway heading east through downtown Springdale.
Food art. So good!
Another Little Free Library.
The tower at the small airport in Springdale just off Powell St.
And now heading to Fayetteville. Located at Lake Fayetteville north shore.
Along the east/west Mud Creek Trail where it runs along Steele Blvd. you will find the Sound Swings. (Photo Fayetteville Flyer )
Crossing North Street. Made with aluminum cans and adjacent to the recycle drop off location.
Next to the rotating mural (below) by Wilson Park.
On a fence of an apartment complex near Wilson Park. It is a rotating mural.
Same fence a couple weeks ago.
Downtown Fayetteville has several large displays. This one is located on the side of Hog Haus.
And you can find these around many intersections in Fayetteville.
U.S. Pizza parking lot. .
Puritan Coffee & Beer has a mural on their wall.
In and around the downtown square you will find several large murals. Back of the Experience Fayetteville office.
The east side of the entrance to the Town Center.
South-east corner of the square.
Pretty sure this is a seasonal display. Located on the west side of the square.
Corner of 71 and Center Street.
Now then, back on the Greenway. This piece is dedicated to the memory of a local family that tragically lost their life in a car accident near the Frisco Trail Center St. crossing.
Located where the Greenway crosses Center St.
Located on the west/east Tsa-La-Gi Trail. There is plenty of art to see folks. Now get out there and explore! For more on the Razorback Regional Greenway click here.
Awesome photo essay! I’ll have to look for some of those in Fayetteville that I’ve missed!
Thank you so much for documenting all of this art along the Greenway. Most of I’ve seen, and now I have to search out the others. We are so lucky to live in Northwest Arkansas.
Thanks! I totally agree. Love NWA!
Excellent work. Thanks for posting.
Thanks for the listing. I see that there are some I’ve missed. You didn’t list my personal favorite though, The Monarch and The Dandelions in Orchard Park. It’s even better at night. I love all the Little Free Libraries in the area. Some of them are quite creative.
Thanks Steve! Just added two more. I’ll have to check out The Monarch and The Dandelions!
Really enjoyed reading/viewing this post, Great job!! I’m definitely going to explore more of the trails with the kids to check some of this art out!! Keep ‘em coming!
Thanks Dan! Just added two more!
SoundSwings are not too far from the Greenway on Mud Creek Trail. Come try them out!
Thanks, will do!
Nice inventory, Rob. NWA is showing off.
There are a few large murals in the Uptown complex where the sound swings are.
Excellent! We will check them out.
That fence always has awesome paintings.
I really like the artworks
This is an older post. There is already so much more art on the Greenway!