City of Fort Worth will illuminate the Avenue of Light, a major new work of public art created by Cliff Garten Studio of Los Angeles. Rising 36 feet above the streetscape, the Avenue of Light sculptures are at once transparent and opaque, depending  on the viewer's position and time of day. 

Each sculpture is made of 100 stainless steel plates, whose forms are derived from architectural details in the nearby Texas & Pacific Terminal, an Art Deco landmark. Stacked onto armatures, the plates create torqued volumes that contain and reflect sunlight by day, and focus beams of colored LED lights at night. The sculptures are set on concrete pedestals and will be seen amongst a palette of native trees and grasses.[Source]