A Bluebird Sky is a common term used for a day (particularly morning), where there isn’t a cloud in the sky, there is little haze, and after a high-pressure system moves in. These days are often characterized as sunny and beautiful. We remember days like this because they are often filled with outdoor activities. Each arch of the sculpture and acrylic paneling is meant to offer multiple viewing angles to illuminate different perspectives of our surroundings all day as the sun passes through the sky and provide the opportunity for a Bluebird Sky no matter where you look.

[Part of City for All]

Nathaniel Pierce was brought up in the mid-west where his father, a third-generation stone mason taught him the value of craftsmanship. From this experience grew an appreciation for the working man, as well as a passion for building things with his hands. His sculptures reflect not only his personal interest in architectural forms, but also a belief that communication plays a fundamental role in our perceptions of the world we live in. His work has always dealt with the conflicts of confinement and freedom and exploring catalyst between the two: building or destroying communication.