JOURNALING:  This structure by American abstractionist Paul Feeley, is permanently installed outside the museum’s north entrance.  The work, consisting of nine squiggly, 21-foot-high aluminum towers painted red, white and blue, replicates an earlier version made in wood and installed temporarily in 1966 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.  10/30/16

CREDITS:  “Free Spirited” & “A Little Focus”,  Kim B Designs