RADFORD — Driving around Radford, one might notice the new three-dimensional art pieces that have been installed throughout the city.
The four new sculptures are a result of a grant-funded, juried sculpture competition.
“Our 2016 exhibit at the Mary Draper Ingles Cultural Heritage Park in the west end proved so successful that we felt encouraged to place sculptures in other parts of the city, including a street adjacent to Radford University and along the commercial districts,” said Deborah Cooney, tourism director. “Four sculptures have been selected from 18 entries in the city’s second outdoor sculpture competition. The exhibit’s theme,…