Cattail Fence

Jeffry Loy
Dean Rusk Park

Jeffry Loy, 2007
Architecture
Mild steel, forged and painted
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

This steel work fence repeats the shape of a cattail plant, which is a unique wetland plant characterized by its tall grassy appearance and flowering spikes. The depiction of cattails in a steel fence reflects the combined natural and man-made contexts of Dean Rusk Park.
Address
Lawton St. SW and Sells Ave. SW
ATLANTA, GA 30310
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Architecture
Mild steel, forged and painted 
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

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