Ted Kaltenbach Park
5985 Cara Rd.
Parking Coordinates: N 40 04.640′
W 083 09.312′
Parking is plentiful at the Washington Township Community Center. Washington Township Parks are open 9 a.m. to sunset.
N 40 04.665′
W 083 09.001′
Among the Wildflowers Riverbox was created in 2011 by artist Katlin Shae. The artwork is part of the Riverbox Tributary project.
Enter the path around the court where you can make two (or three) points.
Stay on the path with the trees to your left, past the nets on your right.
Continue toward the reddish roof and stop to enjoy the ladder … “One Step at a Time.”
Continue your journey toward the pine trees and stop at the white fir, then look toward where the sun rises.
Artist and Credits: Among the Wildflowers Riverbox was created by artist Katlin Rothacher of Hartville, Ohio. Rothacher is a recent graduate of Kent State University with a B.F.A. in Textile Arts. Her interest in form has pushed her to create dimensional woven structures and fabric sculptures. Her work is strongly influenced by her experiences and the beauty of the natural world.
Artist Katlin Rothacher’s work is largely inspired by the beauty of the natural world. To do her part to help maintain the beauty and preserve the natural environment, Rothacher chooses to use post consumer waste (i.e. recycled plastic, fabric, paper and found objects) as materials when creating her artwork. By reducing her material waste and reusing found objects, Rothacher takes a step to help preserve the environment and reduce her carbon footprint!
You too can make an impact. Reduce, reuse, recycle!