We were planning on taking the Shaker Heights Garden Tour, but upon arrival at the Shaker Heights Historical Society Museum, we learned there was a typo somewhere, and the garden tour is always on Father's Day weekend.
Instead we checked out the "public" art in Shaker Heights.
|On South Park Boulevard, ART (2001 on original of 1972),|
by Robert Indiana, known for the iconic LOVE
print and sculpture, as well as a stamp
|Also on South Park Boulevard, and perhaps not so public!|
the back of St Ignatius of Loyola by Norbert Koehn
|On Parkland Drive there are multiple pieces|
done by Arnold Reisman who lived there
|On Chadbourne Road, Invasive Species (2011)|
by Ian Petroni, created from discarded vinyl siding
|On Lytle Road, a metal garden arbor (2005)|
by Marte Cellura (7/14/2015)
|Arbor detail (7/14/2015)|