River Origin and Movements #2

River Origin and Movements #2

"River Origin and Movements #2" by San Antonio artist George Schroeder is an abstract interpretation of the inspiring visual imagery of the river below that become fluid lines of forged steel. Schroeder CNC-cut and then manually heated, twisted, hammered and shaped thousands of strips of steel as a series of dynamic interpretations of the forms of aquatic plants, moving water along with the dappled and reflecting light that can be experienced along the San Antonio River. Creating unique works on both the Camden and Newell bridges, Schroeder’s street-level rail and screen projects have become bookends for the Grotto area and capture the beautiful complexity of our natural world.

Location: River

Medium type: Metal; Steel

Date created: 2009

Dimensions: 2 x 120' by 3' 6"


1272 Camden Street, San Antonio, TX, 78215

Associated artists

George Schroeder
George Schroeder

Additional Information

Accession Number: 2011.SCH.1
District: 1
Location: Museum Reach - Camden St. Bridge
Artist URL: http://www.schroederart.com/


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