Sculptor and designer Harry Bertoia completed Free Interpretation of Plant Forms, commissioned by the city’s percent-for-art program, in 1967, and it was installed by in front of the old Philadelphia Civic Center on South 34th Street. When the center was slated for demolition in 2000, the four-ton copper and bronze sculptural fountain was removed to storage in a police impoundment lot in Hunting Park, where it has remained in a specially designed storage unit  – until now. On Tuesday, Free Interpretation was hoisted onto the bed of a truck and, early Wednesday morning with full police escort - see the video by Will Standish - slowly made its way eventually to Germantown Avenue and the grounds of the Woodmere Art Museum, where it will be installed, following public conservation work.