Betty Gold, USA
Santa Monica’s appearance is deceptive. Consisting of interlocking triangular shapes, it rises to an inspiring 10 feet tall constructed from cold rolled steel, its yellow triangles suggest paper creased a moment ago, then halted in the act of unfolding. The sculpture is constructed from welded steel and painted with glossy enamel.
Santa Monica reflects the city for which it is named, where Gold spends a part of each year when not in Spain.