14’w × 8’h × 4’d (approx.)
SOLD: Commissioned site specific work.
“Moon Pool” was commissioned by the Springville Museum of Art for their permanent collection. It was finished and installed in the spring of 2004. It features several unique water elements including a “glass like” arch of water. Two of the main shapes are large copper kettles that came out of an old candy factory. The largest of the two measures about four feet in diameter. The main water wheel was probably the flywheel off of an old large steam engine of sorts. It was then covered with stainless steel cups to create a water wheel. This water wheel powers all of the other wheels through a series of belts and pulleys.
“Moon Pool” is powered by a single water pump.