|According to their official web site, "In 2005, ArtsPark, a 12-acre sculpture garden and park, was completed and opened to the public. In the summer of 2007 ARTSPARK expanded to include a sensory path, canoe launch and additional permanent sculptures." The rear of the center is terraced with a processional stairway leading to the lower level which terminates at the center in a pergola. At the upper level of the stairway, a small bronze sculpture by Arnoldo Pomodoro, entitled Radar No. 3, 1962 is the focus.|
|The Art Center is located on seven acres of green bordered on the north by the White River and surrounded by 100 acres of city trail ways and parkland.|
The edge of the rear porchSee plan.
The lower terrace
Looking down toward the pergola; the pergola
Benches designed by Graves punctuate the landscape settingA proponent of gesamkunstwerk (the unity of the arts), Graves often designs details of a project to provide for coordination.
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