Reverence represents two tails of whales diving into an imaginary sea of grass. After spending ten years at its original site in Randolph, VT, the sculpture was sold and moved to South Burlington VT as the centerpiece of a proposed sculpture park (see “Ammonite Fountain” which is also at this site). Carved from 36 tons of African black granite, this piece was chosen to grace the cover of a college art history textbook called “A World of Art” by Henry Sayre. A two page description of the piece is in the book.
Location: Burlington, VT
Directions: Drive North on I89 through Vermont to exit 12. Turn right at end of exit, then right at first light. Go about 2-3 miles past all the shopping centers to Technology Park sign on left. Turn left and drive halfway around circular drive and park. Walk across field towards interstate to the sculpture, which is on the highest pont of the surrounding land.