Gerald D. Hines Interests 580 California Street Cornice of mansard roof San Francisco California 94104
Commissioned March 1982. April 1985
Save Outdoor Sculpture, California, San Francisco survey, 1993.
Robertson, David, "Context and Collaboration for Contemporary Art: The Sculptural Program for 580 California Street," (Dickinson College, 1986).
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On each of four sides of building cornice, identical sets of three full-length, female figures. The shrouded faceless figures are seen standing with outstretched arms, dressed in classical robes with flowing sleeves. The figures are a muted grey-white color. The sculptures are placed on the 22nd floor rooftop ledge.