I'll be the first to admit that I do not care for this sculpture.
It does not soar. It does not sing. It does not shimmer.
It reminds me of paint samples, left in the sun
by research chemists to have their color fastness tested.
Called The Tent, it was created by Donald Lipski
and installed in White River State Park in 2008.
This morning, I found something to like about it: seen from this angle,
one panel reflected the other, breaking up the grid.
The result, for me, was interesting in that it added pattern and
rhythm that on previous occasions did not exist.
"Rock the bag." You know who you are...