made of the artist's trademark ground aluminum, portrays a
depiction of a South China Sea pirate.
Odysseus has continued his heroic journey through
uncertain waters. The sculpture floats in our pond,
"protected" by two swans. Its brushed aluminum surface
takes full advantage its environs of seasons change, and day
and night lighting.
third piece in this year's exhibit is Running
simultaneously makes a very bold and humorous statement on the
highway. The arch resembles a Roman arch of triumph "on the
run," or "truckin" as has been observed. With an
exaggerated foot forward, its size and presence in brushed
aluminum is worth more than a quick look from Highway 421. The
arch form is highly accessible because of its familiarity in the
world of functional form, making it a standout.