San Francisco, California USA | Glass | 12 panels @ 3’ H x 4’ W | 2001
Former Charles Schwab Building
The artwork depicts images of what Huether refers to as “the beauty found in ordinary, everyday things”. Each panel is an interpretation of a photo from a series created by Huether of found images from the urban environment, such as cracks in sidewalks, peeled paint, and rusted metal.
Unveiled in July 2001, the artwork is comprised of 12 panels of specially designed glass, each four feet long and three feet high, suspended in a 50-ft long steel-frame railing across the front entrance of the building.