TOWSON at Towson University - Towson, Maryland
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N 39° 23.674 W 076° 36.556
18S E 361424 N 4361798
Quick Description: Between Hawkins Hall and the College of Liberal Arts Building on the Towson University campus, a white powder coated steel sculpture transforms as viewers change perspective to reveal a proper noun.
Location: Maryland, United States
Date Posted: 10/6/2021 5:48:47 PM
Waymark Code: WM1537N
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member ScroogieII
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Long Description:

Designed and built by students, an abstract sculpture on the Towson University campus transforms and reveals the school name as you pass by it.

"Designed by Nicholas Edwards ’13 and built with David Meyer ’14, Harrison Doyle ’14 and Dave Perry ’14, TOWSON, 2014. Powder coated steel.
Located between Hawkins Hall and the College of Liberal Arts Building along the International Walkway, this point-of-view-specific sculpture is made of 15 individual parts. It is an abstraction from all viewpoints except the one that spells TOWSON." (Source: TU Sculpture Walk; Public Art: Campus Sculpture Map (PDF))

Title: TOWSON

Artist: Nicholas Edwards with David Meyer, Harrison Doyle, and Dace Perry

Media (materials) used: Powder coated steel

Location (specific park, transit center, library, etc.): Located between Hawkins Hall and the College of Liberal Arts Building along the International Walkway at Towson University

Date of creation or placement: 2014

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