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37 || "Tree-Mother" at Woodruff Library

“Tree Mother” is an 18 foot tall painted concrete totemic sculpture in front of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, a prominent building used by all AUC campuses.  The artwork is encased by an outer cape inscribed with symbols and patterns from the ancient African Ge-ez language and other Semitic language clusters.  The artist was chosen through CODA’s nationwide Call for Artists initiative.


Photo Credit (both images): Morgan Beasley

CONSULTANTS:

Connie Lloveras

Artist

Akua McDaniel, Ph.D.

Artist Advisor

Palmer Engineering Company

Structural Engineer

Phoenix Crane Rental Company

Installer

Baker Concrete Construction Co., Inc. / InSite

General Contractor