The sculpture is made from 1/4″-3/8″ steel plate, and the dimensions are roughly 9′ x 13′ x 7.5′. Photo courtesy Adam McGough

A new piece of public art could be coming to Watercrest Park after a donation from an artist from Lake Highlands.

Daniel Scoggins, a LHHS graduate, offered to donate the sculpture he created to the Lake Highlands Public Improvement District for display at 20-acre Watercrest Park at 7070 Skillman Street, according to a Facebook post from Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Adam McGough.

The sculpture is made from 1/4″-3/8″ steel plate, and its dimensions are about 9′ x 13′ x 7.5′. The piece is made from mild steel intended to rust to match the architectural features of the adjoining shopping center and grocery store.

McGough is asking for the neighborhood’s thoughts on the donation and where it should be installed at the park. The survey can be accessed here.