“Shadow of Eternity” by Emad Boback is on loan through the Voigt Family Sculpture Foundation, and was Best of Show in 2009 Annual Sculpture Exhibit.
According to Boback, “Shadows of Eternity” portrays memory, and its allusive, interpretive nature. The linear elements move in very different directions, and with differing vantage points. These differences come together in one moment, or memory. The ring, and the space that it contains, exposes the relationship of these diverse participants at a given moment in time. Indeed, a memory that is shaped and supported by the diversity that created it. The piece is composed of a stainless steel ring and Core-ten steel square tubing. Core-ten is a rust-colored steel with nickel, providing a natural deep red finish that will not rust beyond the surface.” The sculpture is located in the park setting across from the fair grounds.
Photo by Tedd Peterson