The Lowell Sculptures: One, Two and Three

Artist: Robert Cummings (1990)

These three pieces of art are derived from Lowell’s industrial symbols and are intended to be objects for seating and climbing.  Sculpture one is a six-ton silhouette of Francis Cabot Lowell who was the early textile manufacturer and whom the city is named after.  Sculpture two is a tipped mammoth thread spool mounted on a granite base.  Sculpture three is a saw-toothed horizontal piece.

Location: Boarding House Park, corner of French and John Streets