1995-2004 stone, earth, steel, cement, pigment, indigenous plants, 15’ x 50’ x 40’ South Carolina Botanical Garden, Clemson, South Carolina. This is a permanent structure at the center of the garden. It was built over a natural spring. Inside there is a stone floor leading to the pool. This pool flows underground to the creek nearby. There is a bench seating element around the inside wall. A dozen people can sit within the structure. There is additional seating around the exterior of the form. The original surface was indigenous plants. I returned in 2004 to resurface the form in stone.