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.
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