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On 21, Apr 2016 | No Comments | In | By Dana Provence

The Three Pillars of Adams State

Pillars ~ capturing the evolution of an institution ~

This sculptural public art project was designed and created by sculptor Dana Provence to celebrate Adams State becoming a university. On August 7, 2012 Adams State College became Adams State University. The work consists of three, seven and a half foot tall sculptural forms, one made of hexagonal basalt stone, one of bronze, and one of stainless steel to represent the three stages of Adams State, respectively: Teachers’ College, Liberal Arts College, and now, University. Joining a host of other public art on campus, this new addition has been sited at the Southeast corner of Richardson Hall.

3 seven foot obelisks, one of basalt stone, one of bronze, one of stainless steel

3 seven foot obelisks, one of basalt stone, one of bronze, one of stainless steel

Site specific public art installation

Site specific public art installation

3 Pillars with Richardson Hall behind Three Pillars of Adams State Three Pillars of Adams State Three Pillars of Adams State

Blasting the texture onto the bronze pillars body.Blasting the texture onto the bronze pillars body.

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