“Windswept” signifies the “human spirit” metaphorically within the chair form. This work continues an exploration of drawing in space as an elegant fluid line, signifying a moment in time when sculpture moved off the pedestal, leaving the gallery and museum, and into the public realm. “Windswept” stands strong in harsh climate environments inherent to the north. The legs represent an embedded pedestal gently bending in the wind along. The loop stands atop the seat as a shape framing the sky directing us towards the universe around us.