- by Richard Rogers
- Sculpture: Core-10 steel, welded construction
- Base: Concrete
- 17 by 12 feet
- weighs 21,800 lbs.
Gracing the grassy median at Timberlock Place in The Woodlands, this round sculpture strikes a dramatic contrast with the natural environment. The concentric bronze-colored circles create a narrow window for trees, and this organic pairing makes for an interesting representation of The Woodlands’ synthesis of nature and contemporary life. The simplicity of form is even more striking because of its massive scale.
Installed in 1979, this abstract sculpture was created by San Antonio artist Richard Harrell Rogers, who was active in the late 1970’s and featured in the Art Museum of South Texas in 1977.