Stainless steel, with brick, sedum, rose and moonbeam plants.
Twenty-three polished steel arrows, measuring up to 24 feet high and 75 feet long, and weighing over 4 tons. The intersection of Wilson Boulevard, Nash Street, and Oak Street.
Sited on a triangular traffic island, this sculpture suggests the language of street signs, as well as the abstract qualities
of movement and progress. The sculpture was dedicated, appropriately enough, on Valentine’s Day in 1994.