Along AJ’s Way you’ll find a series of sculptures by Frederick Franck called “Resurrection.” Franck – a painter, sculptor and author of over 30 books on Buddhism and spirituality – was native of the Netherlands and a dental surgeon by trade. His work is featured in the Museum

He describes “Resurrection” as follows: “This Sign along the way speaks of the pain and suffering, but also of overcoming the pain and suffering, of the death and rebirth of the heart, of the triumph of the Human over the inhuman.” of Modern Art, Harvard University’s Fogg Art Museum, the Tokyo National Museum as well as other collections around the world.

Students pass by the piece on their way to classes without realizing its significance. But stopping for a moment to appreciate its message is a warm reminder of the power of the human spirit.

You can check out Franck’s website to learn more about his artwork.