A Lamp to Read Seuss By

DATES: Just the Weekends
(Feb 3-4 & Feb 10-11)

STARTS: 6:00 pm
ENDS: 10:00 pm

The Lamp consists of a pillar with an inverted hollow bowl at the top. The pillar grows gradually narrower as it rises, forming a twisted spire. The hemisphere is formed of many polygons, each with a carving related to creatures and things about Portland. Inside the hemisphere there are four color-changing lights casting images onto nearby walls. Together, the piece is roughly three feet square at the base, rising to seven feet tall at its peak.

Primary Artist

Richard Miner


Tom Barnes