The City of Southlake dedicated the “Flying Together” sculpture by Adam Schultz from Dream Big Sculpture at Dove, Peytonville and Sam School Rd roundabout on Friday, May 19, 2017.
Artist, Adam Schultz, designed “Flying Together” featuring two bronze eagles soaring into the sky. This image symbolizes the great heights that have been achieved through the spirit of community in Southlake. The eagles, birds native to the Texas area, represent the ideas of freedom and innovation while reflecting Southlake’s traditional, small town charm. The pair of eagles are flying across a stainless steel circle, moving into the future.
“In recent years, Southlake has shown a true commitment to the arts by unveiling pieces of public art in the City’s roundabouts, parks and facilities. Knowing that roundabouts serve as portals into the City, we are proud to have a sculpture at the Dove, Peytonville and Sam School Rd. roundabout that can be seen and appreciated by all the residents and visitors to Southlake,” noted Community Services Director Chris Tribble.
For more information about the sculpture, please contact Southlake Community Services at (817) 748-8019.
On Thursday, May 18, crews will be installing the latest piece of public art at the roundabout at Dove Rd, Peytonville Ave and Sam School Rd.
Expect traffic delays and possible lane closures between 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Police personnel will be present to help ensure safety during the installation process.
Please avoid the area.
The art piece, “Flying Together,” will be unveiled on Friday, May 19.