This a tribute to one of American greatest modern artist, Alexnder Calder. His art works are fond at  Alexander Calder, "Hello Girls," 1964; Los Angeles County Museum;   Museum of Modern Art, New York City;   Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York;   Cleveland Museum of Art,   Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena; just to name a few. His 50-ton red abstract stabile in Chicago's Federal Square, titled 'Flamingo,' is one of his most famous public work. He has had a major influence on modern sculpture. His artwork often has a playful aspect to it and Calder's Robot is meant to be a childlike view of what a Calder Robot would look like.

The sculpture is made of metal and can be displayed indoors or out side. It is 96" tall and 80" wide. It was created by Edward Colarik who has many outdoors sculptures.  Edward has always enjoyed Calder's art.  He created it as a fun industrial art work.