in the Public Realm
Disk, 2010
Artworks: Sculpture

Thomas H. Sayre
Oklahoma Art in Public Places
  • Installed, 2010
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Disk refers, in name and concept, to an evolving Oklahoma. The three rough, earth -cast concrete disks located to the south, refer to the rich past of Oklahoma’s relationship to the earth: of farming, the Land Run, and the State’s historic challenges. The intricate, shiny, stainless disk to the north speaks of new Oklahoma: of technology, craft and ingenuity and of the unknown future.

Commissioned by the Oklahoma Office of State Finance.
Courtesy of Oklahoma Art in Public Places
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3115 North Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
United States

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