Suwanee's Permanent Art Collection

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Through Suwanee SculpTour, developer-supported efforts, and other initiatives, Suwanee's permanent public art collection continues to grow.

 Gateway Area

  • Instinctual Center by Aaron Hussey/Suwanee Police Training Facility

PlayTown Suwanee/Main Street

  • Mosaic Park Benches by 8th grade students (2011) at North Gwinnett Middle School
  • Pilgrim by Charlie Brouwer, donated by the Dovel Family
  • PlayTown Cows, Community-created/Atlanta Cow Parade

Sims Lake Park

  • Arachnid by Damon Lusky
  • Audubon Watcher by Jim Collins
  • Sunset by Gus & Lina Ocamposilva, donated by Cathy & Rob Rohloff
  • Windsculpture Weathervane by Al Garnto

Town Center

  • Berlin Wall, donated by Ray Stanjevich & Suzanne Cartwright of Friends Suwanee Grill

    A quarter century after the peaceful revolution that led to its fall on November 9, 1989, this portion of the Berlin Wall is now on permanent display in Suwanee Town Center Park. The colorful side faced west, where citizens expressed their love of freedom and hope for their countrymen trapped on the other side.

  • Commemorative Obelisk, unveiled at dedication of Town Center Park
  • Friends by Nnamdi Okonkwo
  • Iron Canopy by Phil Proctor
  • Mr Eggwards by Kimber Fiebiger
  • Remembrance by Marc Moulton

Suwanee's Remembrance exhibit offers an example of art as history. Unveiled September 11, 2013, the display at Town Center Park features a damaged, twisted relic from one of the World Trade Center towers, which was given to Suwanee by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Created by Statesboro artist Marc Moulton, the display also includes a 9-11 historical timeline with stainless steel letters and numbers embedded into a cement pad as well as an inverted conical sculpture, with the lower Manhattan cityscape cut into it. At night, a light-shadow impression, which offers an aerial view of the cityscape, is projected onto the pad.The display is located in a quiet area of Town Center Park along Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.

  • Shimmering Echoes by Koryn Rolstad

Shimmering Echoes, the suspended sculpture installed in the lobby of City Hall in 2010, was created by Seattle-based artist Koryn Rolstad. Mounted in two areas, the cascading sculpture includes 12 groupings suspended from railroad-inspired aluminum track frames and 1,900 elliptical-shaped eco-resin elements in shades from translucent white and rose tones to yellow, green, and aqua. Rolstad describes Shimmering Echoes as "a watercolor in the sky."

  • Suwanee Stage Mural by Sonny Franks and Other 2006 Dixie Letterhead Participants
  • The Herd by Phil Proctor
  • Who Let the Dogs Out? by Jim Collins

White Street Park

  • Mother & Child by Elusia Altman

Privately owned artwork displayed at local businesses through 1% developer initiative

  • Amne by Harry Zmijewski
    Advance Auto Parts, 3379 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road

  • Animal Silhouettes
    Suwanee Animal Hospital, 65 Buford Hwy 

  • Avonlea by Phil Proctor
    Avonlea Station Apartment Homes, 1035 Scales Rd

  • The Ball is in Play
    Main Event, 471 Northolt Pkwy

  • Bear Silhouettes
    Tench Road Business Center
  • Boy on World by Jim Davidson
    Tomorrow's Hope Montessori School, 305 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard

  • Cactus by Chase New
    McDonald's, 3226 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road

  • Corey by Jonathan Bowling
    3230 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road
  • Common Ground by Gregory Johnson
    Salude, 601 Northholt Parkway
  • Dance by Gregory Johnson
    Salude, 601 Northholt Parkway
  • Five Kids in a Tree by Ken Ross
    Tomorrow's Hope Montessori School, 305 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard
  • Hammer and Nail by Andrew T. Crawford
    Ultra Car Wash, 3121 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road
  • Equine Installation, Installed by Pulte Homes
    The Reserve at Moore Road, 4774 Moore Road

  • Mural by Jason Watts
    Holtkamp Heating and Air, 60 Old Peachtree Road
  • Utterly Radial by Andrew T. Crawford
    Salude, 601 Northholt Parkway