In a quiet little old Florida village on the southwest Gulf coast is a 1960-ish neighborhood with a tiny little strip of grassed land in a mini courtyard now housing a handful of sculptural artworks. I took a walk through the year-and-a-half-old Green Street location in Englewood around 3pm the other day and the space was quiet, hot, and unoccupied. Here’s a photo tour through this charming reflective garden space which does have some tree provided shade, clear placards, and a clean walkway.
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