Medium: stainless steel
Size: 8' x 7' x7'
Date: Installed 2022
Location: Leona Libby Middle School , RIchland Wa.

A celestial tumbleweed from a distant universe, a delicate fusion of oxygen and hydrogen, and a droplet that sustains life as we know it. This artwork speaks of the power encapsulated within the nucleus of a water molecule. The concept is inspired of the scientific legacy of Leona Libby, the Hanford Site, and the importance of water to this region. This sculpture is a celebration of the creators that will graduate from the STEAM programs of the Leona Libby Middle School.



Commisioned by: Washington State Arts Commission

Bruce Voyce- Concept, Design, Fabrication

CY Loh- Engineering (concrete footing)

Cadillac Lawncare – Concrete footing

Barnhart Cranes- Installation