aluminum and steel
36′ x 440′ x 12″
This three story relief of ripples wraps three sides of this development on the waterfront in the Port of San Diego. It is a symbol of the power of water and its ability to drive economies and populations into and around California and the West.
The sculpture is three stories tall on the South side of the building and four on the North and divided into two 220 foot lengths. Monumental in scale, it has the Pacific Coast Highway on the East and Harbor Avenue on the West. Cruise ships and aircraft carriers park in between the nearby piers and trains pass through the station across the street as well.
Thanks to Aaron Whelton, Kurt Nordquist, and IDE Engineers who help me realize major projects like this. Also to John Portman Associates who designed the building and LFN Developers. Clark Steel Fabricators fabricated and installed project.