The sculpture "Sail" occupies its place of honor in the Hilton Head Airport lobby after its unveiling Aug. 5, 2014. Hilton Head's fourth Installed Public Art Piece was donated to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry's Public Art Fund in 2013 by Christopher Guenther, a Hilton Head Island resident. The Community Foundation then donated the piece to Beaufort County for permanent placement at Hilton Head Island Airport. "Sail," by Robbie Robins and Lou Pearson, is a modern stainless steel piece about 84 inches tall that has been appraised at $55,000.
The sculpture "Sail" occupies its place of honor in the Hilton Head Airport lobby after its unveiling Aug. 5, 2014. Hilton Head's fourth Installed Public Art Piece was donated to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry's Public Art Fund in 2013 by Christopher Guenther, a Hilton Head Island resident. The Community Foundation then donated the piece to Beaufort County for permanent placement at Hilton Head Island Airport. "Sail," by Robbie Robins and Lou Pearson, is a modern stainless steel piece about 84 inches tall that has been appraised at $55,000. Staff photo
The sculpture "Sail" occupies its place of honor in the Hilton Head Airport lobby after its unveiling Aug. 5, 2014. Hilton Head's fourth Installed Public Art Piece was donated to the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry's Public Art Fund in 2013 by Christopher Guenther, a Hilton Head Island resident. The Community Foundation then donated the piece to Beaufort County for permanent placement at Hilton Head Island Airport. "Sail," by Robbie Robins and Lou Pearson, is a modern stainless steel piece about 84 inches tall that has been appraised at $55,000. Staff photo

New public art added on Hilton Head

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