Carosel at The Cedars

Tom Stancliffe, Carousel 1996

Fabricated silicon bronze, three sculptures approx. 15h x 5 x 5 each for the Cedars Light Rail Station, Dallas Area Rapid Transit authority, Dallas, Texas. Commission awarded through a national competition sponsored by DART. The sculptures relate not only in form to the landscape design but are also intended to recall the evolution of the neighborhood from a cedar forest, to an elegant Victorian neighborhood, to a now light industrial district.

7 responses to “Carosel at The Cedars

    • I wouldn’t worry about being irreverent towards a sculpture at a train station – and you’re right, they do look like upside down ice cream cones.They are actually a little more interesting from the train because you only get a glimpse.

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