Located in Larimer, Pittsburgh's newest city park is combating flooding with community-supported art. Local artist Alisha Wormsley is directing the project, supported by the Kingsley Association, Living Waters of Larimer, and funded by a $450,000 grant from ArtPlace America.
I will be working with Alisha to fabricate 100 sculptures inspired by the youth work below. Alisha worked with Larimer students to create the water-themed work specifically for the park. I will be using Fusion360, a two-part mold-making process, and high-performance concrete to make the sculptures. The installation is slated to be publicly open in the summer of 2018.