Public art in Syracuse has largely been a huge disappointment. A weird metal couch by the entrance to Rt. 690. Hubcaps stacked onto poles (supposedly a totem). The plastic horses “on parade”. Now we finally have something that might be worthwhile, thought provoking and have some relation to the town we all live in:
arterie is an attempt to physically mark out an area where the Erie Canal once dominated our city, attract attention to the Erie Canal museum and tie into the downtown Arts & Crafts Festival at the end of July.