Guy Dill (1946- )
Fine Art Ordinance Obligation of 345 N. Maple Drive
Passage has been described as an abstract black steel arch standing atop a square marble base. Dill constructs architectonic works in stone, wood, metal, marble and concrete, using circles or columns to anchor his abstract forms. He likes to overlap the materials, using them in complex patterns. His monumental pieces have a timeless quality to them and they radiate an energy no matter from what angle they are viewed. He has sculptures in the collections of the Guggenheim and MOMA, New York, and MOCA, Los Angeles.
Fun Fact: Dill has more public art in Beverly Hills than any other artist chosen by building owners.