Yes, you heard it right. There is a small herd of cows living down at Brevard Lumber. The family of cows can be seen in front of Brevard Lumber located on King St., in the area of the original stock yards.
The cows were constructed with Steel Rods by Artist Aaron AldermanRead More »
Monarch butterflies: The striking copper sculpture on the side of the Coed Theater depicts a flock of Monarch butterflies as they migrate through our area each September to sunnier climates. Aaron Alderman created this piece.Read More »
Elk: Looming over the corner of the courthouse lawn, this steel sculpture by Aaron Alderman is a dramatic welcome to visitors who approach Brevard from Highway 64. Like red wolves, elk were once common in the Southeast, but they had disappeared by the 1800s because of over-hunting and encroaching development. A herd of elk was reintroduced to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 2001.Read More »