This is sculpture #2 of the Art around Roswell exhibit. Of all the installations, it was the hardest one to find based on the map. It is located across from a set of playground equipment nestled in behind the baseball fields that are first things you pass when coming into Roswell Area Park. You can’t see this from the road or parking area so, you kind of need to know where to look to find it.
Described as a “garden room divider”, this piece is a tri-fold stainless steel construction with large oak leaves cut out of the center of each panel. As you walk around the artwork, you get a different views, of the playground or ball fields or surrounding woods filling the openings.
Jim Gallucci, a graduate of LeMoyne College and Syracuse University, has been a sculptor for over 30 years. He currently resides in Greensboro, North Carolina where works full-time designing and fabricating sculpture in his shop – Jim Gallucci Sculptor, Ltd.
“Oak Leaf Triptych”
by Jim Gallucci
Art around Roswell exhibit
Roswell Area Park, at the playground
Roswell, Georgia, USA
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