Water over the Dam

Artist: Jeff Weideman
Location: Corner of 4th and Vine Streets, 300 Block

Inspired by the flood of 1993, this contemporary piece constructed of welded and curled steel set in cement represents water falling over a dam, sometimes curling back on itself.

Dedicated in October 18, 1995.  Fabricated by Mid City Steel Fabricating.  Geometric abstract, water allegory.  Steel sculpture in a concrete base.  While La Crosse is lucky to be home to many pieces of public art work this is the only publicly displayed piece by Jeff Weideman.

 

Corner of 4th St N & Vine St

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