Portsmouth Public Art Inventory – November 2015

"Playful Children" mural by Sam Welty, on the east wall of 307 High Street , second floor wall


“I’ve Been Kissed” a bronze toad sculpture by Pokey Park, on the Middle Street Mall in front of the Children’s Museum of Virginia


 X - “R. Hero”, a Dalmatian dog sculpture in the Middle Street mall, at the rear of the Children’s Museum of Virginia


X - “Whimsical Streetscape”, a mural painted by Sam Welty, on the south side of the Children’s Museum of Virginia, near the parking garage


 “Commodore James Barron”, a mural of a Portsmouth citizen painted by Sam Welty, on the south wall of 606 Court Street


“Speckled Trout”, a mural painted by Sam Welty, on north side of 464 Dinwiddie Street


Tommy Newsom, Ruth Brown, and Bill Deal, three murals of famous musicians from Portsmouth, all painted by Mandy Smith, displayed on 430 High Street (the old Colony Theater)


X - Electrical Box Wrap at the NW corner of Court and High Streets


X - “Brick Relief, sculptures by Sue Landerman, on east and west sides of the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame, 206 High Street


X - Painted Electrical Boxes at High Street Landing


X - The Fresnel Lens,  just south of the High Street Landing on the waterfront


X – “The Battle at Craney Island”, painted by Sam Welty, on the east wall of the Cedar Grove Cemetery at the corner of Effingham & North Street


X – “Steel Workers”, a stainless steel sculpture by Peruko Ccopacatty at Paradise Creek Park, 1141 Victory Blvd.


“Mayor James Holley III” by Linwood Pettaway at the City Park Pavilion, 140 City Park Ave.


X – not SPPA projects


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The “I’ve Been Kissed” toad sculpture was the first sculpture installed by SPPA in 2011. You will find it enchanting the visitors outside the Children's Museum of Portsmouth.

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