History of Industry Sculpture Series (2018) Healthcare & Education

This silhouette of helping hands represents the fortitude of communities building support structures that enhance strength, creativity, and productivity to make individuals and communities healthy, wealthy, wise, and sustainable. Healthcare and education are pillars supporting community viability and are a legacy of overall economic and community development. They are undercurrents of timeless necessity for a vibrant society/community and comprise the foundations for modern economic and community prosperity. Alpena and Northeast Michigan have a rich history of providing local access to superior healthcare and education, including higher education, for their citizens.

Sculpture height 5′ – width 4′

Stone height 5.5′ – width 8′ – weight approx. 7-8 tons

Summer Solstice Sunset – 313 degrees (Azimuth)

Artist/Design – Scott Stevens (Stevens Custom Fabrication), Alpena, MI

Medium/Material – Relief of helping hands; Aluminum

Information provided by Thunder Bay Art Council & Gallery, Tim Kuehnlein

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