Travelogue

Travelogue

   

This public art work of an early canoe, standing on stilts is made from shiny metal and represents the history of rivers. It was temporarily on display at White River State Park as part of their rotating sculpture program.

The canoe is a vessel used for exploration; it is a marker we can use to consider what we know about our history, the environment, and how we want to proceed in the future.

 

Medium type: Mixed Media

Location

801 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204

Associated artists

Eric  Nordgulen
Eric Nordgulen

PHOTOS

  • Photo courtesy of Ken Norris

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