Architectural Detailing - Outdoor Sculpture
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
This particular piece depicts a collections steep blue hills rising from the wall’s surface, conjuring images of a colorful topographical map. Knobs, large land formations created by glacier melt water, are a distinctive geographic feature in southern IN. The blue-green color of the glass mimics the knobs’ appearance in the springtime and summer. There are four different pieces in this arrangement that are positioned in such a way that resembles a figure.
Designers Jeff Laramore and David Jameson Young of 2nd Globe, an Indianapolis–based artistic company designed all 92 and the county sculptures featured on the outside of the Indiana State Museum. Their designs narrate the counties’ famous natives, historically significant events, or their fabricated and installed by various Indiana sculptors, carvers, class workers, metal workers, and other artisans.
Medium type: Mixed Media
Date created: 2001