• LHV’s non-profit partner to support development efforts and to increase public awareness of the mission and goals of Lackawanna Heritage Valley.

Confluence Art on the Trail

Named for the confluence of the Lackawanna and Susquehanna Rivers, as well as the coming together of arts, culture and the environment, the Confluence Sculpture Park is composed of post-industrial cast-iron sculptures and is located across from Scranton High School to proudly highlight Lackawanna Heritage Valley’s rich industrial history. The works of art in Scranton come from celebrated artists across the country.

The Confluence Sculpture Park is the result of a collaborative effort among Keystone Iron Works, the International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art, Keystone College, Lackawanna County Department of Arts and Culture and the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. This endeavor was made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Balance

Artist - Vaughn Randall
7th Avenue Trailhead
Scranton

Mr. Randall's unique perspective and background will make you consider what Balance means to you.


Appalachian Balance Beam

Artist - Durant Thompson


Cribbing

Artist - Jeremy Entwistle


Dicksburn with Grid

Artist - Carl Billingsley


Global Positioning

Artist - Mary Neubauer


Implosion

Artist - Elizabeth Kronfield


The Temple of the Heart

Artist - Tripp Jarvis


Under the Wave

Artist - Kevin Dartt


With Solid Sound and Stable Stance

Artist - Noah Kilby