Have you heard of the brilliant One World One Water sculpture at Metro University? The One World One Water sculpture was created in 2011 by an artist named Rik Sargent.
Initially, Published in the article, “The One World One Water sculpture was built and was 12-foot high, 8- foot deep, 10-foot wide.” Here, Rik Sargent talks about his sculpture that he developed for the Metro State college, and Rik Sargent says “that his sculpture has two layers. The first layer was to show a point of celebration in the water education. But my motivation for the piece was to create a world unity symbol, not with religion or politics,but using water as the common denominator. Rik Sargent wanted people to remember where their water came from and what it stood for.
Secondly, On the other hand, Metro State is being careful of their usage of water considering that they have a sculpture that was meant for people to recognize that they should remember where their water came from or started out in. At Metro they care a lot about their water because what they do most is keep their sculptures close by to remember. On the Metro campus they have the One World One Water sculpture and the Horse Trough. The horse trough is a fountain for horses where they drink their water, the horse trough was built in 1883, the horse trough is now in a place where people walk by.