Weekly Gem #163 A wall that inspires poetry
Location: This hidden gem is located at the intersection of Front St. and S. Capitol Blvd., in Boise, ID (see the Clue Me! Map). This is a piece of public art that nicely reflects the city it calls home. The art is a river, pouring out of the Grove Hotel, and onto the sidewalk. Or is it? Maybe the old Boise Canal, which still runs under the Grove, is pushing upward into the wall so it can see and be seen!
Either way, artist Alison Sky created a piece of art that behaves like a “River Sculpture” should. The depth of the water, the materials used to ‘paint’ the water, the reflective and iridescent bubbles. All come together to create a fluid and constantly changing sculpture, flowing from one look to another to another depending on time of day, sunny or clouds, rain or shine.
Isn’t it nice when a plan comes together?
Here's the hidden gem entry from our Clue Me! map.
A haiku for your clue: Swift flowing river, Water cutting through the earth, Onward to the sea
Why It's Interesting
This is one of the few walls that inspire poetry.
Pickpockets are blue, their faces are red. Foiled again! 130°® bags are here to protect your good stuff!
This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something through an affiliate link, we may receive a small commission, at no extra charge to you. If you purchase any 130 degrees anti-theft bag, those are our products, and we’ll receive the full payment. ; ]