Public Art in Fontana, California

The process of creating sculpture for public spaces is a coordinated effort, often taking a year or more from inception to completion. The day the crane arrives and lifts the finished work into place is affirming and exciting for our clients, artists, and the entire team. Especially when the work is a contribution of Public Art within the community. This site-specific 13' stainless steel sculpture rests between enormous twin industrial buildings, each over 700,000 square feet. While Gerard Basil Stripling's work, Pivot, honors Fontana's steel history and the prevalence of winds, this iconic form is reminiscent of DNA, revealing our interconnectedness to one another.

Just spectacular! Once the glass tower is completed on the main office area, it’s going to be a sight to behold.

Gerard, this is truly off the charts beautiful. The quality of craftsmanship is noticeable even through the pictures and the sculpture itself has such a positive vibe to it.
— Dan Floriani, Co-Founder Pacific Industrial
Lots of fun working with you two; and the piece is beautiful! Thanks for making this easy!
— John Grace, Director of Development, Pacifc Industrial