This untitled piece can be found at the Black & Veatch building at 8400 Ward Parkway.  It was tough to get a “clean shot” of the sculpture without including the Black & Veatch Building, so I didn’t fight it.

According to the City of Fountains Foundation web site, the sculpture is made of seven pieces of stainless steel which has been welded together to form the beginning of a curved arch, like the end of a rainbow.  I’m sure this is because we don’t yet have enough references to the Wizard of Oz here in Kansas City.  Ha!

Do you have a preference between the two shots below?


8400 Ward Parkway Photo #1.


8400 Ward Parkway Photo #2.

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  1. I like the first one, but can not really say why.

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  2. I like how the perspective you used in #1 really emphasizes the height and curve of the sculpture.

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  3. I like the first one I think the most 🙂

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