Square Spiral Arch (snow)
More snow, more public art.
This piece, Square Spiral Arch, is by Jesús Moroles. It features spiraling lines of texture – which are enhanced by the snow clinging to them – to represent fingers of energy. The circle and square motif represents heaven and earth and are reflective of the artist’s work and travels in Asia. (from Texas Tech’s public art app, ArTTech.)
“Square Spiral Arch”
Texas Tech University
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