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Synergy is an abstract sculpture depicting six very thick forearms and hands, all holding on to each other near the wrists. This is a symmetrical piece in that the six arms are at angles, but all form a central structure with a hole in the center. The arms are truncated just before the elbow.
The bronze piece is on top of a flat slab that is on the top of a 4 ft high brick foundation. A large glass window is directly behind the sculpture. The area in front of the piece is landscaped with landscaped ground cover.
Synergy is located right in front of the City Public Works Offices at the new Cross Timbers complex. The complex was built just a couple of years ago, and houses Edmond Fire Station #5, the Fire Dept. Training Center, and the Edmond Animal Shelter. Gary Price, the sculptor of this piece, has several other works of art placed around the city.
Medium type: Bronze
Date created: 2005