The Pimlico Wayfinding art path connects Pimlico Elementary Middle School students and residents of the surrounding Park Heights neighborhood with CC Jackson Recreation Center to the west and Cylburn Arboretum to the east. Colorful sidewalk butterfly stencils, thermoplastic flower markers, and prismatic butterfly street signs lead pedestrians up and down along Oakley Avenue to take advantage of the health benefits of their local green space and public fitness center. The artwork was created in collaboration with lead community artist Whitney Frazier and is based on input from neighborhood residents and inspired by local flora and pollinators. Butterfly fabrication by LANNINGSMITH.

Pimlico Wayfinding is one part of Frazier’s larger Park Heights Pathways series of public artworks connecting families with local resources. Click here to learn more:

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