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Jul 23, 2007: Transit Center art dedication set

WAUKESHA – A special art piece created for the Waukesha Transit Center has been completed and will be dedicated in a ceremony at 10 a.m. Aug. 4 at the center, 212 E. St. Paul Ave.

The glass-and-metal sculpture, entitled “Fragmented Flow”, was designed by artists Paul Phelps of Oakbrook Esser Studios and Richard Peterson of Quantum Prototyping.

In addition to the dedication, a donor wall also will be unveiled to commemorate the generosity of those who have contributed to the project.

The ceremony is being held in conjunction with Waukesha’s Art Crawl, held throughout downtown that day.

“Fragmented Flow” is an artistic collaboration that integrates a blend of steel organic shapes with colorful stained glass insets that are installed in the interior reception area of the building. Optimizing space, the metal framework suspends across the 100-foot long ceiling corridor, emulating a wave with a fluid feeling.

“Fragmented Flow” is complimented by two previously installed works, “Life’s Ribbon”, an exterior sculpture by Richard Taylor, and “Fox Fish”, a sculpture by Tom Martin that graces the main entrance to the center.

Waukesha Freeman (Conley) - July 2007


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