Euclidean Fancy
"I created Euclidean Fancy after a visit to Eze, an ancient city on the Cote Azur in France, where I observed the walkways decorated with embedded river rock.

While designing Euclidean, I determined that the organic shapes of the river rock would be accentuated if the surrounding shapes were angular. To keep the piece from becoming too linear and harsh, I incorporated natural textures and acid washes to soften the work."

- Kia Ricchi, 2001

Euclidean Fancy, 2001
Concrete, Steel
6' x 6' x 8'