Go Mama Scultpure As a nationally recognized public artist, Hall has several sculptures and paintings in various cities across the US and even overseas. One of her most famous figurative sculptures is “Go Mama,” located in Palo Alto, California. This artwork was inspired by the views Julia Kristeva has about maternity. Hall believes that the maternal can be valorized and accomplishes this idea with her sculpture representing the female experience and psyche for wisdom and enlightenment. “Go Mama” also expresses the complexities of the parent-child relationship as one figure is a baby and the other is a rag doll. The figures suggest the never-ending work of the parent and that the child and mother are one creature. The sculpture is made of steel and glass bottles to reflect light and color in subtle passages such as the similarities between caring for the earth and maternal care taking. Another sculpture that uses these mediums is “River” in Goodyear Arizona. This piece of art celebrates the live-giving source of water in the dry state. It is installed at the City’s Water Campus, which treats raw sewage that is then returned and recycled to the river.