Public Art

The three hundred acres of downtown Bethesda are filled with inspiring works of public art. Browse the collection of public art located within the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District and click on the photo to learn more about the public art works in and around that location. If you know of a public art installation that is located in downtown Bethesda that is missing from the list, please contact us at info@bethesda.org.


Artery Plaza
7200 Wisconsin Avenue 
Artery Plaza Sunwork, John Van Alstine


Bethesda Elementary School
7600 Arlington Road

You, Me & the Earth, Kevin Reese


Bethesda Metro Center
3 Bethesda Metro Center

Beacon 1, Mary Ann Mears


Bethesda Office Center
4520 East-West Highway
Lyrical Lady, Mark Kramer


Bethesda Place Plaza
7700 Wisconsin Avenue
Untitled Column, Ned Smyth

 


Bethesda Post Office
7400 Wisconsin Avenue
Madonna of the Trail


Caroline Freedman Park
Hampden Lane & Arlington Road
Bethesda Walk Around, George Greenmyer


Chevy Chase Garden Plaza
7700 Old Georgetown Road
Knot, Mark Puryear


Elm Street Park
Elm St. & 47th Street
Girl with Hoop, Jenny Reed


East-West Towers
4330 East-West Highway
Dovetail, Rodney Carroll


Fairmont Plaza
4801 Fairmont Avenue
Pioneer Woman, Stewart Weitzman


Francis G. Newlands Building
2 Bethesda Metro Center
Lobby Art, Joseph Craig English

 

 
Gateway Building
7201 Wisconsin Avenue
Crystal Willow, Rockne Krebs

 


Hampden Square
4900 Montgomery Lane
Neptune, Raymond Kaskey


Hilton Garden Inn
7301 Waverly Street
Untitled


Imagination Stage
4908 Auburn Avenue
Gyre & Gimble, Mary Ann Mears


Lionsgate Bethesda
7710 Woodmont Avenue
Standing Lions, John L. Dreyfuss

 


One Bethesda Center
4800 Hampden Lane
Waterway, Elyn Zimmerman


The Palisades
4835 Cordell Avenue
Three Muses & Apollo, Rodney Carroll


Poetry Benches
Circulator Stops
12 benches, Bodil Meleney


Rosedale Park
4720 Rosedale Avenue
Chesapeake Memories, Tim Tate,
Erwin Timmers, Michael Janis

 
Safeway
5000 Bradley Boulevard
Erin Timmers


Wall Murals
Various locations
Lobster, Elyse Harrison


Veterans Park
Woodmont & Norfolk Avenues