The intersection, in which the streets have been redirected so that they meet at 90-degree angles — for improved safety and traffic flow — is nearing completion, with new curbs and sidewalks, and a supporting base in place.
“This piece kind of winds around itself in different kinds of ways,” Brown told this media outlet. “The lines are going to kind of curve, and relate to one another, and from every angle, that’s always going to change.
“They said they wanted something big that would have a lot of impact, something kind of modern, and I took some of the parameters of what they had in mind, and went to the drawing board.”
In 2000, then-Gov. Bob Taft declared Hamilton as “The City of Sculpture.”