This 2007 sculpture’s name is inspired by both the artist’s granddaughter, Twyla, and the professional dancer and choreographer, Twyla Tharp. The work invokes the Bill Barrett’s gravitation to the freedoms embodied in Abstract Expressionism. For example, Twyla’s “expressive gesture hints at fluid movement, human form, grace and balance with an energetic tension visible from all vantage points”.

(Source: Public Art On Campus – MSU Alumni)


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