OOSI Sculpture

Spountain

1996 / Barry Gunderson / Columbus

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An abstraction of a water jet, firing into the sky and curling back down. The mottled blue paint job gives off the appearance of a column of water, cresting and foaming as it gets higher. Tubular stainless steel accents act as interruptions in the water's skyward flow; one might even be considered its own jet.

Barry Gunderson is a professor of sculpture at Kenyon college. His interpretations of water and other everyday items, glint with a unique cartoonish style.

Location: Next to the State Fair Administration Building, East 17th Avenue

County

: Franklin

Citation

: Barry Gunderson, “Spountain,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed August 14, 2018, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/909.

Dublin Core

Title

Spountain

Description

An abstraction of a water jet, firing into the sky and curling back down. The mottled blue paint job gives off the appearance of a column of water, cresting and foaming as it gets higher. Tubular stainless steel accents act as interruptions in the water's skyward flow; one might even be considered its own jet.

Barry Gunderson is a professor of sculpture at Kenyon college. His interpretations of water and other everyday items, glint with a unique cartoonish style.

Creator

Date

1996

Sculpture Item Type Metadata

Location City

Location County

Location Site

Next to the State Fair Administration Building

Location Street

East 17th Avenue

Creation Date

01/01/1996