Ebb & Flow Sculpture

Last summer, artist Kathleen Crocetti and the Arts Council brought together more than 100 people through a series of community meetings to talk about the San Lorenzo River and the Tannery Arts Center, and to dream big about the future of both.

Based on that input, Kathleen worked with artist Anna Oneglia to design a river-themed major public art piece for the Tannery campus. Almost a year later, after 2,000+ hours contributed by almost 300 volunteers, and the engaging of a dozen community partners, Ebb & Flow is now the colorful focal point of the Tannery Arts Center campus.

This stunning artwork includes thousands of mosaic tiles, gorgeous kinetic fused glass discs, huge sculptural metal trees, and an integrated, welcoming, shaded seating area for the whole community to enjoy.