The KSAT is a scenic 2.5 mile path that runs along the Bushkill Creek and continues through downtown Easton. Art works currently located along the Trail include contemporary sculptures by Karl Stirner, Willie Cole, Patrick Strzelec, Patricia Meyerowitz, Loren Madsen, and David Kimball Anderson as well as the 75-foot tall Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument in Centre Square and the 9-foot bronze Christopher Columbus statue by Giuseppe Donato located in Riverside Park.
Thanks to your support, new installations are continuing to arrive on the Arts Trail. Check out the Morning Call’s article on the newest arrival: Samuel Van Aken’s “the 40 Fruit Tree”. And head over to our new art page to learn about other recent additions.
When out on the trail, also be sure to check out the rotating Young Master’s Wall that is refreshed with new works by local groups regularly. Want to know what’s where? Check out the KSAT map.
With your support, particularly of our events—such as our past Art Auctions—we will continue to transform the Arts Trail into a major destination that will attract lovers of the arts and outdoors from points near and far.
To learn more, stroll through our site. And be sure to check out the KSAT Facebook Friends page for more images and trail happenings.
image credit (Stirner sculpture): Chris Post, Express-Times