Arts & Culture
Segments Sculpture

Located at the Lemon Street entrance. Created by the late sculptor, Tedd Pettibon. “Segments” is a 9-foot-tall, 1,000-pound sculpture made of steel reclaimed from a former boiler at Franklin & […]

Located at the Lemon Street entrance.

Created by the late sculptor, Tedd Pettibon. “Segments” is a 9-foot-tall, 1,000-pound sculpture made of steel reclaimed from a former boiler at Franklin & Marshall College. The sculpture was formerly installed on Orange Street, next to the Prince Street Garage, as the winning piece in the 2010 public art competition Art on Orange. Pettibon passed away in June of 2014. Four of his sculptures were donated to the City of Lancaster by his estate following his death. The remaining three will be installed at 6th Ward Park later this summer. His work within the Lancaster arts community included teaching at both Franklin & Marshall and the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design.

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