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This is "Celestial Trio" by artist Bruce Niemi. It's located on the Sculpture Trail along Johnson Creek east of AT&T Stadium. Park on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. There will be no such parking on those days.

This is "Celestial Trio" by artist Bruce Niemi. It's located on the Sculpture Trail along Johnson Creek east of AT&T Stadium. Park on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. There will be no such parking on those days.

Sculptor Norm Hines created four massive pink granite sculptures back in 1984 as a centerpiece for an office park called the Highlands, since redeveloped. Collectively labeled "Caelum Moor," they now grace Richard Green Linear Park between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium (off E. Randol Mill Road). This piece is called Tan Tara. That's AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, in the background.

Sculptor Norm Hines created four massive pink granite sculptures back in 1984 as a centerpiece for an office park called the Highlands, since redeveloped. Collectively labeled "Caelum Moor," they now grace Richard Green Linear Park between Globe Life Park and AT&T Stadium (off E. Randol Mill Road). This piece is called Tan Tara. That's AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, in the background.

Artist Art Fairchild created this "Trio" sculpture. It's located on the Sculpture Trail along Johnson Creek east of AT&T Stadium. Park on a Rangers' lot off Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. During those times there is no such parking.

Artist Art Fairchild created this "Trio" sculpture. It's located on the Sculpture Trail along Johnson Creek east of AT&T Stadium. Park on a Rangers' lot off Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. During those times there is no such parking.

This "Stars of Texas" highly complex work pictures an intricate and colorful intermingling of gears. It's titled "Business" by artist Danielle Zamagni and resides in the Vandergriff Building courtyard just west of Grease Monkey overlooking the Arlington Music Hall, 200 block of North Mesquite Street.

This "Stars of Texas" highly complex work pictures an intricate and colorful intermingling of gears. It's titled "Business" by artist Danielle Zamagni and resides in the Vandergriff Building courtyard just west of Grease Monkey overlooking the Arlington Music Hall, 200 block of North Mesquite Street.

This piece on the Sculpture Trail (Richard Green Linear Park along the east side of Johnson Creek) is titled "Influx" by artist Scott Shubin.  Park on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers.

This piece on the Sculpture Trail (Richard Green Linear Park along the east side of Johnson Creek) is titled "Influx" by artist Scott Shubin. Park on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers.

Walk into the Sculpture Trail  from Randol Mill Road and Arc7 will be the first thing to catch your eye. Arlington artist Scott Shubin says the 14-feet-high chrome and powder-covered steel of the work features a configuration of seven straight and arched tubes. The art reflects the metallic look of AT&T Stadium, while the arched pieces symbolize the arch of thrown footballs or baseball curveballs. Check out the geometric breakwater designs in Johnson Creek below while you're there.

Walk into the Sculpture Trail from Randol Mill Road and Arc7 will be the first thing to catch your eye. Arlington artist Scott Shubin says the 14-feet-high chrome and powder-covered steel of the work features a configuration of seven straight and arched tubes. The art reflects the metallic look of AT&T Stadium, while the arched pieces symbolize the arch of thrown footballs or baseball curveballs. Check out the geometric breakwater designs in Johnson Creek below while you're there.

More than 20 stars -- "Stars of Texas" with various artistic interpretations -- are part of ongoing public art displays in Arlington, including this work, "Bee Active" by Amy Stephens. It's on the Sculpture Trail along the east side of Johnson Creek between Cowboys Way and Randol Mill Road. The Arlington Museum of Art sponsored the collaboration.

More than 20 stars -- "Stars of Texas" with various artistic interpretations -- are part of ongoing public art displays in Arlington, including this work, "Bee Active" by Amy Stephens. It's on the Sculpture Trail along the east side of Johnson Creek between Cowboys Way and Randol Mill Road. The Arlington Museum of Art sponsored the collaboration.

This clock tower at the Bad Konighshofen Aquatic Center in S.J. Stovall Park further celebrates Arlington's relationship with its German sister city. Three additional mosaics by a German artist are yet to be installed at an appropriate location.

This clock tower at the Bad Konighshofen Aquatic Center in S.J. Stovall Park further celebrates Arlington's relationship with its German sister city. Three additional mosaics by a German artist are yet to be installed at an appropriate location.

This "Fern Fronds" sculpture is the work of artist Pascale Pryor. It's located along the Sculpture Trail on Johnson Creek between the Cowboys and Rangers.  Park in open ballpark lots on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. There will be no such parking on those days.

This "Fern Fronds" sculpture is the work of artist Pascale Pryor. It's located along the Sculpture Trail on Johnson Creek between the Cowboys and Rangers. Park in open ballpark lots on Randol Mill to visit the park, but take note: Avoid game or event days for the Cowboys or Rangers. There will be no such parking on those days.

Thousands of motorists catch a glimpse of this star by artist Linh Ngueyen (and Arlington school children). It's located at 1111 W. Arbrook Boulevard outside the AISD Training Center across the street from the Parks of Arlington Mall. The work is titled "Education."

Thousands of motorists catch a glimpse of this star by artist Linh Ngueyen (and Arlington school children). It's located at 1111 W. Arbrook Boulevard outside the AISD Training Center across the street from the Parks of Arlington Mall. The work is titled "Education."

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