Nestled along the path between The Hill and the Health & Human Services Building on LCC’s campus, this subtle sculpture will prove trickier to find than most on campus. Look low!
Created by William Royall, this stone piece represents Royall’s main body of work. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Royall chooses to work in stone rather than bronze because it finds that individual stones are more unique. He enjoys textures that can be carved rather than modeled and finds he can achieve colors and artistic rhythm via the organic qualities of the stone, which cannot be achieved in casting.