Wherever You Go

“Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.”

Anita Desai

A sculpture of a black bear in Cherokee, NC that is painted with the blue ridge mountains , an eagle, a deer, and a wolf.

Photograph by Brian Scott Casey

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See the bears for yourself!

This bear is one of 20 life-sized sculptures scattered around Cherokee, NC.  They have all been painted by local artists, and each one represents a different aspect of the Cherokee culture.  If you’d like to see more of the Cherokee Bears, click here for the map!


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