| The Carrington Foundation For Public Art
David Grant Medical Center
Travis Air Force Base
This historic sculpture created in 1967 for the Harkness Hospital in San Francisco
has been in the artist's personal collection since the closing of that facility.
The Carrington Foundation For Public Art has donated this sculpture to
David Grant Medical Center at Travis AFB.
hospital's medical library.
This welded steel sculpture has been donated to David Grant Medical Facility and is placed in one of the patio fountains
A welded steel sculpture created in 1968 by Carrington which remained in the artist's private collection until the year 2000 when it was gifted to David Grant Hospital at Travis AFB in California. It is an artist's conception the "Little People" of Mt. Shasta crying out against the loss of nature caused by the incursions of modern man into the local area.
DONATED BY THE FOUNDATION TO TRAVIS AIR FORCE BASE'S DAVID GRANT MEDICAL CENTER. THIS WELDED STEEL WALL HANGING IS APPROXIMATELY 24 BY 32 INCHES, WEIGHS 15 POUNDS, WAS CREATED IN 1968 AND MAY BE VIEWED IN THE CENTER'S COMMAND SECTION.
A "Railroad Worker" sculpture donated by The Carrington Foundation For Public Art to the David Grant Medical Facility at Travis AFB which then placed this piece in the office of the Surgeon General of the Air Force. The work depicts a wounded veteran from World War II on crutches facing the famous "V" symbol which depicts the allies victory in Europe.
A wall hanging created by the artist Carrington from springs cut from the tines of a horse drawn hay rake and disc from old clutch disks. The dimensions of this piece are 50 x 24 x 12 inches with a weight of 14 pounds. This whimsical has been donated to Travis AFB David Grant Medical Center.
"ONCE IN A BLUE MOON"
This unique "Hilt Series" sculpture created from a section of saw blade has been donated
A welded steel sculpture created in 1968 and donated to the