Artist’s ‘Rambleberry’ installation gets spooky for Halloween season

The Rambleberry Tree, an art installation by crochet artist Gina Gallina / Staff photo

An art installation in the city’s Lower Ramble district got a temporary new look for the Halloween season.

Artist Gina Gallina’s colorful crochet installation titled “The Rambleberry Tree’ got a new Halloween-themed makeover for the rest of spooky season, city officials announced this week.

The installation, originally placed along the Razorback Greenway over the summer, features colorful crocheted ornaments that hang from a tree in the Fay Jones Woods near the trail.

This week, some of the “Rambleberries” got new Halloween-themed skins that resemble costumes. Ghosts, Jack-o-lanterns, eyeballs, and more are now hanging as part of the updated installation.

To check out the updates, take a walk down the Razorback Greenway just south of Fayetteville Public Library.

The installation will also be visible during the city’s Trick or Treat on the Trail event coming up from 5-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31.