Robert Clements, 2010
Sculpture
Ceramic tiles, paint

Artist Robert Clements enlisted students from Atlanta’s Peyton Forest Elementary School (adjacent to Isabel Gates Park) to design and paint 250 of the sculpture’s ceramic tiles. “Working with the children from Peyton Forest Elementary School on this project commissioned by the Office of Cultural Affairs to chronicle a woman not only important in her community but the nation as a whole was a privilege. My goal was to capture the story of Isabel Gates Webster and what she stood for so that her community could forever embrace her legacy,” said Clements.
Address
275 Peyton Rd. SW
ATLANTA, GA 30311
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Sculpture
Ceramic tiles, paint

Artist Robert Clements enlisted students from Atlanta’s Peyton Forest Elementary School (adjacent to Isabel Gates Park) to design and paint 250 of the sculpture’s ceramic tiles. “Working with the children from Peyton Forest Elementary School on this project commissioned by the Office of Cultural Affairs to chronicle a woman not only important in her community but the nation as a whole was a privilege. My goal was to capture the story of Isabel Gates Webster and what she stood for so that her community could forever embrace her legacy,” said Clements.
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