Gene Koss

In a breakthrough achievement New Orleans sculptor Gene Koss created “Lake Neshonoc,” a monumental sculpture using cast glass, aluminum and motion. The movement of the lake inventively achieved by Gene Koss in the large-scale work is essential to the sculpture. “Lake Neshonoc” is inspired by a beautiful site in west central Wisconsin which has special meaning for Gene Koss. “Lake Neshonoc” was a two and one half year project. It involved hundreds of drawings, glass casting, engineering and high tech metal fabrication.