So, now that I’ve caught up on the Lincoln Corridor project, it’s time to move on to what’s currently occupying my time. “Interwoven” is a new sculpture commissioned by the City of Little Rock, Arkansas for the new expansion of their Vogel-Schwartz sculpture garden. Concept rendering below.
Had a chance to take some photos while the area was under the influence of smoke from forest fires throughout the west. Weird, lovely light.
It took a while for the stone parts of the bollards to get finished up, but once they were in I added on the stainless artwork. Lots of drilling and epoxy, but it was a gorgeous day for it.
A big thanks to everyone involved in this project. It was a real honor to have the opportunity to enhance my home base of Fort Collins, Colorado. I hope you’ve all enjoyed going along for the ride.
AAANND then there’s this goofus.
A couple nice b&w shots.
What it says on the tin.
More fabrication photos. “Crop” was delayed due to the corten face material arriving damaged. Took forever to get replacements.
More photos from the fabrication of all the Lincoln Corridor elements, including the bases for the bollards, the bike racks, and more of the main sculptures.