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Rock Bow
Charles Ross
Bronze, granite and liquid-filled acrylic
1983, City of Chicago Public Art Collection

This mesmerizing sculpture is made of liquid-filled acrylic with a granite base and is located at the junction of the rail station and the bus terminal. During the early mornings and late afternoons this sculpture projects large bands of color onto the walls and floor of the station whenever direct sunlight strikes the prism.

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