Thomas Scarff's Rainbow Flyer uses bronze, aluminum and neon
elements to create an energized form that takes on a distinctly
different character, day and night. It poses a challenge to the
senses: that one can fly through a rainbow and simultaneously
see it - which one can't. Its placement in front of the
Technology Building seems natural both because of its scale and
high-tech lighting, which dominate the darkness dramatically.
aluminum, bronze and neon sculpture, Moment, is a vertical work
featuring a matador atop a striking base. The matador faces the
full straight on, with red cape. This action is a metaphor for
facing the moment of truth, or the point of a decision.
which debuted at Pier Walk, is a strong statement of victory.
The displaying of the American flag is apropos the events of
September 11, 2001.
is the curator-in-residence at PNC, and curator of this show. He
has a number of other sculptures throughout Michiana, including
Centura, at the Michigan City Public Library and A Light Unto
All Nations, at Sinai Temple, in Michigan City.