Specialty landscape designs appear throughout the LYNX Blue Line. Adams' influence appears in shrub and planting configurations, plant material selections, bio-retention ponds, and unique landscaping arrangements, such as Celtic Calendar at Tyvola, Evergreen Encyclopedia at Arrowood, Butterfly Circle at Sharon Road West, and Orchard at Woodlawn.
Alice Adams lives in New York City and has extensive experience with public art, textiles, and earthworks. Her half-century of work in art includes achievements like participating in shows at MoMA and the Whitney Museum in New York, as well as advancing materials like wood and fiber by incorporating them in her fine art projects. Her contributions to the CATS transit system include landscaping programs, integrated hardscape relief, and sculptural benches at the South Tryon Bus Facility and in the LYNX Blue Line.
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