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1999-, Phoenix, AZ

This unrealized project creates a sculptural space in harmony with its site, Scatterwash. This dry Arizona riverbed has cycles of water that appear and disappear. Made of natural materials – stone and mist – the sculpture echoes the colors, textures and cycles of the surrounding landscape. Its low form provides a place where people can visit and contemplate the natural beauty of the wash. Like an oasis, it creates a delightful place to pause and cool off, before or after exploring the Scatterwash area.    READ MORE


Pink granite, black basalt, water mist, lights
Dimensions: 38' Diameter x 6' H (with mist)