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The Structure of Love Is Indestructible

The Structure of Love Is Indestructible is a ten foot high glass and stainless steel sculpture by Ross Matteson, which debuted in Olympia, WA, USA on September 11- 15, 2013. 

This 5 day event was co-sponsored by the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters and 41 individuals and organizations who rallied to our crowd source funding campaign. We gathered with musicians, speakers and a monumental birds in ascending flight themed glass sculpture to help explore uplifting ideas about recovering from tragedy.

Please click on underlined "The Structure of Love Is Indestructible" link above for more information in a web site dedicated to Matteson's September 11th inspired tribute.



Click to go to the Ice Breaker page

Ice Breaker

Ice Breaker won the James Earle Fraser Award at the 2013 Prix de West exhibit


James Earle Fraser Award

Click to go to the Ripple Effect page

Ripple Effect

Ripple Effect won the Best Wildlife Art Award at the 2012 Prix de West exhibit.

Best Wildlife Art Award

Thank you for giving us this opportunity to share the sculpture of Ross Matteson with you.   You are welcome to print pictures from this website if you make sure that each image includes the printed words "by Ross Matteson" (please write them if needed).  All images and sculpture are copyright protected, so please contact us if you would like to publish or use them for any commercial purpose.   We now have more than 100 sculptures represented in this portfolio.

All is well at the Matteson studio and household and we look forward to being in touch with you.    Thanks again for your visit!

October, 2015

© 2013 photo credits Bob Iyall, Ross Matteson