Client: Hunter Museum
Location: Chattanooga, TN, United States
Completion date: 1987
Artwork budget: $15,000
Conceived as a section of the ocean surface, isolated, extracted and then stood on end to form a vertical surface. Changing a mobile, kinetic liquid form into a solid sculptural representation.
The piece was designed to be moveable, as part of a touring show Sculpture Outdoors South East, as such it needed to be lightweight to enable ease of movement. The structure employees was a lightweight ferro-cement technique commonly used in the meueum and theme park exhibit business and also in boat building.
The sculpture toured the South East as part of that show and then was acquired by the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga , the show's last stop. Its on permanent display there.