Women's Restroom

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

  • Catching the Drift

    Ellen Driscoll. American, born 1953

    Catching the Drift, 2001

    The creation of this restroom was made possible by funding from the Kohler Trust for Arts and Education and Kohler Company. The altered plumbing products were created by Ellen Driscoll in Arts/Industry, a long-term artist-in-residence program of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.