Steven I. Steinman

Chattahoochee Woodland
Steven I. Steinman attended the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and the Pratt Institute in New York City before moving to Atlanta in 1979. His piece Endless Journey, a textured wall sculpture the length of two football fields, covers the walls of the Buckhead MARTA station.
Steinman's pastel paintings Chattahoochee Woodland and Pine Valley (1987) are part of Georgia's State Art Collection.
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Dobbs, Chris. "Steven I. Steinman." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 02 August 2018. Web. 14 April 2021.
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