This piece consists of three five-and-a-half feet high, four-and-a-half wide and one-foot deep rough-hewn irregularly shaped red granite blocks. The three separate blocks each have a small square-shaped hole cut into them, acting as miniature doorways or windows. The repetition of the three blocks jutting out irregularly from the earth makes the piece seem heavy and powerful.
Dimensions: 5.5′ x 4.5′ x 1′
Owner: Southwestern Illinois College Foundation
Donor: Illinois Capital Development Board Art-in-Architecture program