This giant sculpture was created for the city of Brea’s Art in public spaces program, the grandmother of these programs in the United States. The housing development was created by JM Peters Company and they were required to commission an art piece for the set-aside lot at the entry to the project. The shard concept was again used, but this time as most of the homes’

tiles those same tiles were used to create the large shards representing the
fish scales. Instead of paint, the color were glazed on
for this outdoor sculpture. The armature was created using foam, then it was sealed with fiberglass. The shards were epoxyed on the armature and the fins and face were decorated with sheet copper and thousands of copper nails which ere paginated. The title “rof Visch” is a plat on the word “roof”and “fish”.