The KSAT features 15+ works by contemporary artists from multiple disciplines including sculpture, poetry, horticulture, and neon light. Featured along the trail, their work speaks to the natural setting of the Bushkill Creek’s environment yet independently represents the creative spirit of the City of Easton, its history, and the surrounding community.

David Kimball Anderson

Nitrogen & Hydrogen

Stephen Antonakas

Neon Sculture, Buck Hall, Lafayette College, Stephen Antonakas. Karl Stirner Arts Trail.

Neon Sculture, Buck Hall, Lafayette College

Willie Cole

Grace Gate, by artist Willie Cole. Karl Stirner Arts Trail. Easton Cemetery

Grace Gate

Paul Deery


Devin Feely

Electrical Box Artwork

Stacy Levy

Stacy Levy, Bushkill Curtain, Easton, PA

Bushkill Curtain, Easton, PA

Loren Madsen


Patricia Meyerowitz

Easton Ellipse

Beth Seetch


Karl Stirner

Patrick Strzelec

Jack and Jill bronze sculpture by Patrick Strzelec

“Jack & Jill”, Bronze, 1993
“Jungle”, Painted steel, 2000

Sam Van Aken

Tree of 40 Fruit

Steve Tobin

Late Bronze Root 2009

Musical Path

Musical Chime Installation

Rachel Hayes

 Site Lines

Brandon Ballengeé

Love Motel for Insects: Anax Junius Variation


  A growing structure planted by a circle of nine women.

Debbie Ketter

Labyrinth – Coming Soon

We encourage you to access information on the artists, their work, and their processes by clicking on the names above. Each individual work stands on its own as a remarkable piece of art while contributing to the overall nature and conversation the Trail aims to encourage.

For a printable guide to KSAT artists, please click here to view the information as a PDF. (November 2017)

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