Made of bronze and stainless steel, the inspiration for the piece was the Chinese word (character) 安 Ān: peaceful, content, safe.
As Horn says: You can derive a story from the composition of the character. It breaks down into two parts: ornamental roof and woman. Read in this way, “a woman is at peace in a beautiful home.”
The curved shapes in Tranquility mimic the lines in some other nearby sculptures as well as the foliage in the park. However, it is unlike any of the other sculptures. It both stands out and blends in with its surroundings.
Tranquility was purchased by the Sculpture at the River Market committee.