Rendering of the sculpture in its permanent location


aluminum with thermoplastic coating
completed 2018, installation 2019
installation overall 5'H x 7'W x 3'-6"D

Snowshoe hares are among the surprising number of wild animals that live in the city of Anchorage.

The sculpture is destined for a transit stop, where it will seem to be running to catch the bus. The rendering gives an idea of what it will look like in its permanent location.

Fabricated in 5 pieces that are bolted together.


Municipality of Anchorage


public art, outdoor, transit