There are 17 sculptures of hearts now adorning downtown Danville. Comprising the "Hearts Around Hartz" public art exhibition, these pieces will be up until mid-October.
Each sculpture, nearly 4 feet tall, has its own unique painting or mosaic created by a different Bay Area artist. "Heart art imagery ranges from landscape to floral to abstract to traditional to themes that are playful," Danville town officials said in a statement.
Visitors can download a map with the locations of all 17 sculptures here, along with details on how to participate in the associated scavenger hunt. Participants in the scavenger hunt will be entered into a raffle for a chance to win prizes every week throughout the duration of the art exhibit.
From Oct. 15-20, there will be an online auction for members of the community to bid on each heart sculpture to take home.