Oxbow Reimagined

Oxbow Reimagined


Tim Adams


Webster City, IA

About the Work: 

All rivers and streams take on a serpentine pattern as they carve their way through the landscape toward the equator. As eons pass, the constantly flowing energy of the water scours away the banks carving and depositing alternately until the water course turns back on itself and abandons its former channel for a new path. The resultant land form is the “oxbow.” The Mississippi River has experienced this process over the years. The Mississippi has tremendous influence on Dubuque and gives definition to its geography. This piece is an abstract representation of the oxbow concept.


4’ x 4’ x 10’

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