(David Smith) , 1994.21,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Sep 24, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/232342.
The metal sculpture has elements that have been painted brown and elements that have a green finish. The work rises from a brown base which supports on one end, a vertical extension of two-half moon shapes is topped by a z-shape ending in a sharp point. A half-moon extends from one side of the base from which a sinuous green metal shape rises vertically ending in four prongs of different lengths. At the other end a brown square is attached to a short vertical arm. A long green metal shape extends from the square and snakes through to the opposite end.