Grand River and "Steel Water"
Chase Klinesteker - 2007
The blue outdoor sculpture, Steel Water, dedicated on September 14, 2007, stands in a specially designed plaza on the east side of the Grand River across from the Public Museum of Grand Rapids. A commemorative plaque and a drinking fountain, so visitors could sample fluoridated water, are to the right of the sculpture next to the railing.
|Title||Grand River and "Steel Water"|
Title by cataloger. The sculpture, created from three-quarter-inch steel, weighs 10,000 pounds and stands 33-feet high. The intertwining steel pieces represent flowing water and are designed to sway gently in a breeze.
|Location In Photo||Grand Rapids|
|Physical Storage Location||Grand Rapids, MI|