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Public Art Chattanooga, a division of the City of Chattanooga, is dedicated to introducing a wide variety of high quality public art into the community, enhancing the civic environment and enriching the lives of visitors and residents.

Currently on view: The Blue Trees by Konstantin Dimopoulos
Locations: Hunter Museum of American Art, Riverfront Parkway, Creative Discovery Museum, Bessie Smith Cultural Center and the Guild Trail.
About: "The Blue Trees" is an art installation that brings together environmental consciousness and social action. Public Art Chattanooga brought the artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos to Chattanooga for a six-week residency in which he engaged the community in a series of installations and events highlighting the importance of trees by coloring them a vibrant ultramarine blue. Organic and temporary, the artwork will gradually fade away over the course of a year. The artist completed 5 installations with the help of nearly 300 volunteers.


 Blue Tree In Leaf CloseUp Dimopoulos

The Blue Trees | Konstantin Dimopoulos
photo:Dave Brown Photography



Public Art Chattanooga
Department of Economic and Community Development

2nd Floor City Hall
101 East 11th Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402(map)
Email: publicart@chattanooga.gov