About the Art
Sculptural landmark for Fire Station 7, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Oversized hydrant spouts a geyser comprised of fins that trace the course of a nearby section of the Rio Grande bisected by historic Route 66. Photo of firefighters assisting with installation.
Clark Wiegman creates multifaceted environmental artworks for contexts ranging from libraries and parks to transit centers and airports. His work explores the way culture frames nature as lived experience.
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