Earthcast concrete, stainless, earth berms, lights, 2010
Commissioned by Oklahoma Art in Public Places
Disk, 2010 refers, in name and concept, to an evolving Oklahoma. The three rough, earth-cast concrete disks located to the south, refer to the rich past of Oklahoma's relationship to the earth: of farming, of the land rush, and the State's historic challenges. The intricate, shiny, stainless disk to the north speaks of new Oklahoma: of technology, craft, and ingenuity...of the unknown future. Disk, 2010 seeks to provide new thoughtful spectacle for the passers-by on Lincoln Blvd.