Artist Roland Hockett


RollyCoaster,  Copper  sculpture 12’ in height,  Tallahassee Community College, Tallahassee, Florida

In process photos of ‘RollyCoaster’ show triangulation in each section of the sculpture which adds to its strength.  Tubes on the bottom are epoxied into the base.  Lighting glare is blocked by the height of the base.

This sculpture was dedicated on December 8, 2005 by William D. Law, President of Tallahassee Community College in Tallahassee, Florida.  Due to its special importance, the artist presented this sculpture to the college as a gift.

‘RollyCoaster’ is an experiment in triangulated form. Its early stages served to inspire the development of the September 11, Memorial Sculpture which was accomplished by the artist under the auspices of the United States Embassy.  That sculpture is installed in San Jose, Costa Rica.  

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