Margaret Keller Riverbend at the Gateway Arch aluminum substrate
Concept rendering, Riverbend at the Gateway Arch
aluminum substrate
approximately 90 feet long

Public Art commission for Critical Mass Public Works Project. Riverbend represents the navigable Missouri River, at Luther Ely Smith Square under the Gateway Arch. The navigable Missouri River was the symbolic Gateway to the West and Lewis and Clark's main route west, as well as the way for settlers' who followed. By literally reflecting all people, this silver, mirror-finish artwork will include and honor all viewers.

© Margaret Keller 2018
Riverbend at the Gateway Arch
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