November 26, 2016

Location:  Olathe Community Center, 1205 E Kansas City Road, Olathe, KS


Owner:  City of Olathe


Artist:  Beth Nybeck


Dates:  2014


Medium:  Aluminum



This large work is the centerpiece of a fountain in front of the Olathe Community Center at the intersection of Kansas City Road and Ridgeview Road.  The sculpture is made out of aluminum and stands 8 feet tall and is 8 feet wide and deep.  Water bubbles up out of the sculpture's stone base and spills out of the bottom of the sculpture.  Three smaller rocks jut out of a small rock garden with bubblers in each of them.


The sculpture is meant to convey a sense of unity in a city that is a collection of many parts.  The Olathe Community Center was completed in 2014 and is meant to be a place where the many parts can come together.





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