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Hamilton Gateway

Hamilton Gateway is a 66-foot sculpture in front of the Government Services Center and One Renaissance Center on the southwest corner of High Street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. It was created by Andrea Myklebust and Stanton G. Sears, and donated by Judge and Mrs. John R. and Shirley K. Moser. It was dedicated Aug. 16. 2000. According to the City of Sculpture web site, "design goals for the Hamilton Gateway sculpture were to create forward-looking and celebratory artwork that builds a ceremonial entry to Hamilton, combines historic and contemporary materials, reinforces a pedestrian-friendly space, incorporates light as a key element, and brings historic sculptural work seen in Hamilton's old municipal buildings to the new civic structure." (See City of Sculpture and One Renaissance Center.)


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