This sculpture has sharply defined positive and negative shapes. What do you notice as you walk around the sculpture looking at it? Do the shapes seem to open and close? Totem was most likely intended to be viewed “inthe-round.” It is especially interesting viewed through time as you walk around it.

In memory of Irving and Frank C. Springer, Jr.
Gift of William L. Fortune, Jr. and Joseph D. Blakley 

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Date created: 1986

Associated artists

Robert Zeidman
Robert Zeidman


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