145 Richmond Street,
Charlottetown, PE

Peter Hide, 1986

Integrating multiple abstract forms into a unified whole, these thick steel components, including a recognizable section of l-beam and a train wheel, are combined into the sculpture’s interlocking architecture, to form a grand vertical gesture.

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