Administered by City of Kansas City, Missouri Planning Services Division 4600 East 63rd Street Kansas City Missouri 64130
Located Oppenstein Memorial Park Northeast corner of 12th & Walnut Streets Kansas City Missouri
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Missouri, Kansas City survey, 1994.
Piland, Sherry, & Ellen J. Uguccioni, "Fountains of Kansas City," Kansas City, MO: City of Fountains Foundation, 1985, pg. 293-296.
Schultz, Saunders, 2002.
Image on file.
Piland, Sherry & Ellen J. Uguccioni, "Fountains of Kansas City," Kansas City, MO: City of Fountains Foundation, 1985, pg. 13.
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Abstract sculpture consisting of twenty-six branching tubes, or limbs, in a stylized tree-like form. The fountain shoots, drips, and bubbles water, and the wind determines water's shape and form. Water flows from the tubing and breaks into droplets, mists, or sprays, which produce sun-catching visual effects such as rainbows. The sculpture's limbs are designed to move in the opposited direction of the wind due to vortex shedding.