Formed, fabricated, and painted steel
26’7”h x 19’1”w x 12’d
Silver Springs, Maryland
Criss Cross is a polychromed sculpture that was commissioned by Montgomery County in Maryland as a part of its percentage for art projects. It was originally placed in a plaza, where people could walk through it. This large public sculpture was fabricated out of "found objects": the octagonal stock came from a vendor of gas station signposts. The piece was made in two parts. The front triangles were one unit, while the tall spiky criss-cross elements were the second unit.