“Scioto Rhythm” by artist Mel Fisher is found in the Crum Lobby on the 3rd floor of the Vern Riffe Center. It is said to tie together the image of the shimmer of the Scioto River and the concept of the sound and music produced in the Center.
“Scioto Rhythm” is made of approximately 1,400 planes of white PVC plastic and is accented by lighting. There are 350,000 inches of cut surface. It is 7 feet tall and 22 feet wide. The work was created as part of the Ohio Percent for Art program and was completed in June 1994