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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Aqua Portal

  • Artist

    Don Lawler & Meg White

  • Location

    Ashland Recreation Center

  • Neighborhood


  • Year


  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    marble, lights

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About This Piece

“Aqua Portal” is a free-standing gateway consisting of two monumental blocks of limestone, each measuring 10’high, 5’wide 3’thick. The sculpture shows a male and female figure swimming upward. The sculpture represents the uplifting and positive rewards of physical fitness through swimming. The proportions of the male and female figures are designed to show health and vitality. The composition of the entire sculpture echoes the main shape and sub-motifs of the new center. The sculpture was designed to be accessible and enjoyable to the widest range of the community members.