Conversation with Myself
Interactive, monument with one large and one small figure. The tall figure represents the spirit or higher self. It speaks of the times when we are afraid or doubt ourselves. It reminds to us go to the part of us that calms us; the inner voice that knows better and calls us to remember who we are: who we aspire to be. The small figure represents that part of us that is fearful, doubtful, or confused. Each of us experiences times when we are very human, very flawed, and very lost. The power in the sculpture is the reminder. Even in times of confusion and doubt, we have access to the wisdom that our spirits hold.
Created by Lorri Acott and cast in recycled aluminum, the 12-foot tall "Conversation with Myself " invites interaction, reflection, interpretation, enjoyment, and conversation. The idea is that people will stand next to the small figure and be reminded of their own potential and greatness.
In addition to creating reflection, discussion, and enjoyment, it is her greatest hope that people will stand next to the small figure and be reminded of their own potential, their own greatness.
We are looking forward to the possibility of working with your team to create a powerful ‘art experience’ that will help enhance the architecture, elevate the community, and become something beautiful, educational, and meaningful for you.