OOSI Tour

Cuyahoga River: Flats & Bridges

7 Locations / Curated by OOSI Staff

A tour of public art in the Cuyaghoga River valley, "the Flats," and the bridges crossing overhead.

Locations for Tour

Six bench/windscreens depicting the settling of the Cuyagoga Valley, with a focus on transportation and arranged in chronological order: 1. Native American settlements and the canoe 2. Moses Cleveland and the covered wagon 3. The…

Twenty-three columns line a walkway in the Flats, with the columns supporting a total of 800 painted ceramic tiles. Each painted design is unique.

This sculpture is composed of two corten steel sections and three stainless steel sections painted blue. The corten steel pieces form a half circle wedge and an arch, both having inscriptions. The three blue sections are…

The sculpture is a vertical rectanglar piece of very light grey granite, almost white in color. One side is a celtic cross carved into the stone. The other side facing the river is an inscription and a relief of 3 figures cast…

Six neon and metal sculptures in the shape of various building structures spell out S-P-A-C-E-S. It is located on the roof of the building that houses the SPACES Gallery.

Four bridge pylons, two at each end, in the form of herms (columns topped with human heads), each art deco figure holds a vehicle: a hay wagon, covered wagon, stage coach, passenger car, dump truck, concrete mixer, and two other…