Kathleen Caricof and the National Sculptors' Guild are in Little Rock installing "Synergy" today!
We are so excited to see how the big yellow swoops enliven the courtyard of the West Central Community Center. To be enjoyed inside and out.
Two City Directors were on site to witness the installation, Doris Wright and Dean Kumpuris. (pictured below)
Fabrication of the sculpture was with Western Steel and Boiler in Denver. And we worked with Fulton Stoneworks in Arkansas for the custom stone benches that will encourage visitors to the center to sit near the sculpture and enjoy different perspectives of the artwork.
As always - a big thanks to the City of Little Rock lead by Jackie Collins and Leland Couch for their assistance with the installation.
"The West Central Community Center is a place where people come and go on an everyday basis to enjoy everything the center has to offer. The inspiration for this sculpture is to express the motion of the activities which take place in the Center and the connection it makes among community members. Designed with energy, this tall metal sculpture shows the excitement of the expression of motion. These forms, as simple as they might look, depict the complex movements of athletes and the togetherness of a lively community.
Standing tall, and easy to see, Caricof’s bright sculpture is perfectly suited as a landmark for the nearby pickup and drop off spot by the West Central Community Center’s entrance.”