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Artist

Elizabeth Fergus-Jean

Description:

Three layered rectangular relief. Bottom layer of gray forms on aluminum base represent structure of buildings. Second layer of neon is shaped like a map of I-270 and is a golden ""ale"" color. The third layer represents a grid of the street layout in the late 19th century. Eighteen quadrants... Read more

Three layered rectangular relief. Bottom layer of gray forms on aluminum base represent structure of buildings. Second layer of neon is shaped like a map of I-270 and is a golden ""ale"" color. The third layer represents a grid of the street layout in the late 19th century. Eighteen quadrants include past images of the brewery district.

Dates

Made: 1990

Media
Categories
Sculpture
Address:

500 South Front St.
Columbus, OH 43215
Franklin County

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