Water Clock | The Children's Museum of Indianapolis French physicist-turned-artist Bernard Gitton, one of only seven such Gitton creations in the world—in his studio in France. The clock uses an electric pump installed under the floor, to move a 70-gallon mixture of water, methyl alcohol, and blue food coloring. The pump forces the solution to a reservoir at the top of the clock where it flows into a shallow cup that’s attached to a green neon pendulum.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is huge. Not only does it have a very large collection of works by famous artists and sculptors, but also it was gifted 100 acres of land by the Lilly family, including the Lilly family home.