A new installation at Brook Run Park will serve as public art and a bike rack.

The city plans to unveil a sculpture titled “Grounded Growth” at Brook Run Park on July 7 at 4:30 p.m., according to a news release. Members of Dunwoody Town Council, Dunwoody Arts Commission and Bike Walk Dunwoody will all be present for the ceremony.

The sculpture, designed by Dunwoody Huelani artist Mei Fogleman, will be located near the park’s lawn and amphitheater and will serve as a bike rack.

“I am thrilled to share ‘Grounded Growth’ with our community,” Mayor Lynn Deutsch said in the press release. “This vibrant addition to our public art scene will be a great place to park bikes, meet friends and enjoy.”

Huelani Mei Fogleman with her sculpture Grounded Growth.

Fogleman’s sculpture features three flowers 10 to 15 feet tall, the center of which is made from recycled bicycle wheels. Eight “leaves” of bike racks surround the flowers, with room for at least two bikes each.

“As an artist and local resident, I understand the importance of increasing public art in our community,” Fogleman said in the statement. “This sculpture reflects the welcoming diversity our town offers, while being a true representation of the constant growth and movement that Dunwoody encompasses.”