Sculpture by Arthur Gibbons, 1988
Located in the Susan Runyan Maier Sculpture Garden, behind The Clay Center, corner of Lee and Brooks Streets
Standing nine feet tall, this sculpture is formed from several pieces of steel that have weathered to a rich, brown patina. The title holds a secret: it is the word “cabal” spelled backwards, meaning a group of insiders engaged in a plot or intrigue.
Images and text courtesy of the Charleston Public Art Guide