Public Art

The Migration of Tradition

In Partnership with Rookwood Pottery. Rookwood Pottery is dedicated to preserving the creativity, innovation and craftsmanship that have defined the company since 1880. From left to right, this bird is formed first by tiles from Rookwood’s Heritage Collection, then progresses into its Contemporary Classics. The palette was inspired by the incredible variety of glazes that Rookwood offers, and the entire composition has been super-imposed over the sign for infinity, the horizontal figure eight, to represent how Rookwood is drawing on the passion of its past to migrate into an even more vibrant future.

Tina Westerkamp
1920 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Tina Westerkamp, Kristin Baird, Zach Sawan

Kayla Billing, Julian Gregory, Rachel Hess, Cassiel Hoke, Dashaun Hutchinson, Jansen McGuire, Nikia Prince, Sean Redmond

2013 Adopt-an-Apprentice Campaign Contributors
ArtWorks Board of Trustees
City of Cincinnati
Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trusts, Fifth Third Bank, Trustee
The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust
The Louise Taft Semple Foundation
Marilyn and Martin Wade
Ohio Arts Council
The P&G Fund of the Greater Cincinnati Foundation
William P. Anderson Foundation