Fly Away Home Riverbox was created by artist Clare Murry Adams in 2009.
There is NO PUBLIC PARKING on South Riverview.
Approach the majestic bridge and follow the winding stairs down, under, around and through the limestone structures, both natural and man-made.
Turn left at the bottom of the stairs.
Continue north several paces.
Artist and Credits:
Clare Murray Adams lives in Southington, Ohio. She specializes in encaustic art and incorporates found objects into her work. She began developing her artwork as a fiber artist, and is inspired by history and the seasons. Murray Adams is Associate Professor of Art of the Visual Art Department at Malone College in Canton, Ohio.
Fly Away Home Riverbox was inspired by the avian life sustained around the Scioto River, and the connection between the water of the river and the water of the spring. Adorned with bird images and nest structures, the Riverbox was made from found objects. The artist recognizes that these objects may no longer be useful, yet have a history. Through her artwork, she now gives them new life, new history and a new soul.