Sea Change sculpture by Talley Fisher hangs high in the atrium in US Naval Hospital, Guam
Sunlight hitting wave elements of Talley Fisher's Sea Change in US Naval Hospital, Guam.
Sea Change suspended sculpture in the long atrium of US Naval Hospital, Guam.
A network of cables suspends Sea Change, Talley Fisher's large-scale sculpture in US Naval Hospital, Guam
Blue and white wave elements from Talley Fisher's Sea Change in US Naval Hospital, Guam



Water, and especially gentle waves, can soothe the spirit and carry one far away from the present.


ARTIST’S INSIGHT: Waves can create unheard sounds of movement of water and interest in their variations of color. They can cause sustained observation, looking for where they start and stop, where they break, how long they are and how they enable one to mentally “ride the waves” across long stretches of empty space. From the floor and balconies in this hospital, viewers will find all these phenomena in “Sea Change”, hopefully helping to calm the waters they personally face in this medical setting.

CLIENT: United States Naval Hospital, Guam
MATERIAL: Powder Coated Perforated Aluminum, Stainless Steel Cable
DIMENSIONS: 200′ L x 15′ W x 25′ H