Artwork at the Colts Neck Road underpass is under consideration for an international award.
A jury selected Thoreau’s Ensemble by Philadelphia-based artist Ben Volta for the 2020 CODA Awards, an international juried arts competition. Volta’s work is inspired by Reston’s 55 miles of pathways.
The artwork was one of 445 projects from 30 countries submitted for consideration for the Top 100 list.
The awards recognize projects that integrate commissioned art into an interior, architectural or public space.
Members of the public can vote to select the people’s choice award. Only one vote is allowed per project and the deadline is Tuesday, June 30.
Winners from ten categories selected by jurors and two people’s choice winners will be announced on August 31. Voting is open online.
Photo via Public Art Reston
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