Chamberlain Fountain

ArtistCharles J.W. Chamberlain
CreditGift of Hazel McCoy in memory of Charles Lester McCoy
Date of Work1975
DescriptionContemporary fountain of concrete, wood and copper, edged with stone; in the shape of an off-centered pyramid, with outside surfaces of terrazzo. It rises out of a shallow pool. At the upper section of the fountain are cut-out sections or windows on four sides, each shaped according to the plane of the pyramid. At the top of the fountain is a large copper pan, a reversed pyramid in design. Water cascades down the sides of the pyramid. This fountain was designed and installed as part of the second phase of building the Lester McCoy Pavilion which was completed in October 1975. Located at Lester McCoy Pavilion.
Where LocatedLester McCoy Pavilion
DisciplineFountain, Water
Location(21.290648, -157.850229)