I created a variety of architectural components for the El Moro Rest Area, El Moro, Colorado. I was contracting with Michael Brendle Architects and our client was the Colorado Department of Transportation. This 4' square bronze glyph is one of two embedded into the concrete walkways joining the car parking and the entrance to the rest area. The glyph is a figure with a hand raised in welcome. This welcome glyph image is one of many created for the building. All of the other components I made for rest area use a similar geometric style. The others are made in steel, bronze, slate, and slate and imbedded in the walls and floors and windows of the building.
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