Viewers approaching and passing this roundabout in Carmel, IN see three, steel flower-like structures with curvy stems. They face south, northeast, and northwest. The composition is raised well above the roundabout, making it easily visible to motorists; the tallest is more than thirty feet high. As viewers circle the form, its flowers’ undulating stems seem to make the sculpture come alive. At night the structure displays a delicate, multi-colored play of lights reflected in the undersides of the seven hundred and sixty-eight stainless steel florets, which form the three flowers.