This artwork is in the garden representing Korea in the International Peace Gardens.
The garden was dedicated in July 27, 1985. It is designed to reflect the philosophy of the people. It conveys the people’s attitude of harmony and co-existence with nature. Korean arts are unique in their sympathetic response to human scale and human activity in relationship to nature and other forces.
Spirit Poles consist of two telephone poles, with faces carved and painted on the top portion and Korean characters underneath the faces. An infinity sign is carved on the back side of the face on the southern pole.
LocationInternational Peace Gardens 1060 S 900 W District 2
Artwork featured in header: Through the Safety Lens by Alexander Tylevich