So, unfortunately I was sick last Thursday so I couldn’t make it out to any open galleries for First Thursday. I did happen to take a trip out to the
The sculpture has a very rustic look and feel to it and it fits in very well with the surrounding rose gardens as well as the grey sky. The structure utilizes lots of negative space and incorporates symmetry and balance. It is also an interactive piece of artwork with the walking bridge/paths that go right through it. It’s funny to me that only one of the pathways connects all the way through while the other just stops midway through the sculpture. I'm not sure of the purpose of this, but to me it does make this sculpture a little more playful and deceiving.