In this public art work a bridge spans a small pond and stream becoming a metaphor for connections with the past and future and a reflection on the life cycle and remarkable journey salmon endure. The bridge was inspired by, and incorporates railway tracks and ties. Multiple bronze phrases relating to salmon, fishing and hatcheries are inset into the bridge floor.
Stream of Consciousness
River rock, water, metal, wood, bronze, paint and wood stain.
About the Artist:
Katherine Kerr (A.O.C.A., BFA., B.Arch.) is a nationally and internationally awarded artist, designer and poet with backgrounds in the visual arts and architecture. In the past ten years Katherine has designed, fabricated and installed site integrated artworks in prominent interior and exterior public spaces.
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