See SF's Randall Museum's Coolest Work, "The Vision"
Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Set sail for San Francisco’s Randall Museum, where local artist Charles Sowers’ latest work is causing heads to spin. Funded by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, Windswept is a 20-foot-high by 35-foot-wide permanent installation made up of more than 600 freely rotating directional arrows.
The work takes advantage of the museum’s lofty Corona Heights location—an ideal perch from which to observe the force and frequency of SF’s infamous Bay winds.
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