Beaver Street project celebrates completion

Wilmington Works director Meg Staloff, right, introduced artists Elise, left, and Payne Junker. RCMusic was provided by Joe and Holly Fourtner. RCRCRC


WILMINGTON - Wilmington Works director Meg Staloff introduced artists Elise and Payne Junker during Saturday’s dedication of the new Beaver Street Art Project. The metal sculpture was designed and created at the Junkers’ art studio in Chester. The art was hung on a concrete retaining wall next to the Richards Group insurance building at the corner of Beaver and East Main streets. The creation includes multiple sections reflecting well-known Wilmington buildings including the Crafts Inn, town hall, and Pettee Memorial Library, as well as classic representations including a sugar house, covered bridge, water wheel, wildlife, and the Hoot, Toot, and Whistle Railroad. Music was provided by Joe and Holly Fourtner.

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