Built by Brad Jones


"Gateway to Rochester"

Originally designed for the Greater Rochester International Airport, this monumental public sculpture is composed of stacked, pounded, modeled and chiseled stoneware. This clay work was placed in the airport where visitors could sit on a circular base and interact within its impressive scale. The three totem-like structures incorporate symbols of the city: the sailboat, the arrowhead and the lilac represented here in yellow. Through it's size, grandeur and symbolism it embodies the city's "Gateway."