The most visible and largest artwork within Gwynn Murrill's series of contemporary sculptures for the Montana, is a dramatic intaglio carving into the limestone panel sections that are situated above the building's main entrance on Colorado Blvd. Two large-scaled raptors are carved into the limestone, creating a flowing narrative for the building's façade. On the left side, a raptor hovers over the main entrance with wings spread in predatory motion. A profile view of the raptor on the right offers a close up perspective of the talons ready to grasp its prey. These relief images symbolize the raptors that descend upon the valley where Pasadena sits below the San Gabriel Mountains.
DIMENSIONS18' x 80'
355 E COLORADO BLVDView Map