Nimbus was created by Robert Murray in 1977 and removed in 1985. The sculpture sat in a storage yard for several years and finally landed in the care of the museum after being dubbed "Alaska's Most Controversial Sculpture."
Nimbus is now on prominent display in front of the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff Building which houses the Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum.
Illustration by Pat Race.
8"x10" giclée prints are available as a limited edition of 100 and are individually signed and numbered. Printed area is roughly 6" x 9"
17"x22" giclée prints are available as a limited edition of 25 and each one is signed and numbered. Printed area is roughly 12" x 18"