Artist: Tom Gibbs (1942- )
Title: Song of the Earth
Dimensions: approximately 21 x 47 x 32 feet
Medium: granite, concrete, fieldstone, bronze and painted steel
Description: This abstract sculpture consists primarily of two metal pieces and three polished granite slabs. The various pieces represent the four elements. The tall, vertical pillar represents the air; the three stone slabs represent earth, and the bronze inverted cone fire. A small stream of water coming from the bronze piece was part of the original design, but is not currently being utilized.
Location: Behind Irby Hall and Torreyson Library.