Orange County

See the new 35-foot-tall sculpture unveiled today along I-4 near downtown Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — The City of Orlando unveiled a new art sculpture named “Solidarity” Thursday morning.


District 5 City Commissioner Regina I. Hill joined the city in revealing the newest art installation in downtown Orlando.

The 35-foot-tall stainless-steel sculpture design represents intertwined relationships in communities and in the world.

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This sculpture is one of five public art installations funded by the I-4 Ultimate Project Art Endowment Program.

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Hunter Brown, the artist who created the piece, has a variety of collections across 25 states.

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