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Federal Reserve Plaza

Artist

Oliver Andrews

Description:

"The tall piece symbolizes man's relationship to nature with its organic grace and gentle cascade. The shorter prismatic piece with its sharp angles and more powerful cascade represents man's relationship to his work and his growth through forceful effort."

"The tall piece symbolizes man's relationship to nature with its organic grace and gentle cascade. The shorter prismatic piece with its sharp angles and more powerful cascade represents man's relationship to his work and his growth through forceful effort."

Dates

Made: 1972

Additional Notes

The plaza is located on the Southwest corner of East Fifth and Main Streets next to the Federal Reserve building. The plaza is not open to the public but the sculptures in the plaza area can be seen from the sidewalk.

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Categories
Fountain
Address:

150 E 4th St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
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Materials

Stainless Steel

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