Anomaly is a monumental, thought-provoking “welt” in the space between the tracks.

Will Eccleston has always been an incessant tinkerer. Inspired by an article in Smithsonian Magazine about MIT artist residence Arthur Ganson, Will created his first kinetic sculpture in 1997. Soon thereafter art became a more serious pursuit. His first gallery show happened in 2001 at Saltworks Gallery in Atlanta, in the Project Room. Since then his work has shown at Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery, the Spruill Center for the Arts, the Swan Coach House, TUBE Artspot, Roswell Arts Renaissance, Peters Street Gallery, and as part of Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. In 2004 he was chosen as one of 5 finalists for the Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award. Will’s art is sometimes critical, but more often whimsical, with a focus on design and fascination.