Heidi Lippman was asked to create a permanent artwork for the new Doyle Carlton section of Tampa's Riverwalk. The impressive urban complexity of the bridge-structure, with its massive support columns spans over a length of two-hundred feet and is contrasted by the vulnerability of the quiet flow of the Hillsborough River. Listening to music as Lippman worked on the design and thinking about the people who would enjoy the site, the artist chose the title Andante, an Italian musical notation for a walking tempo or walking music. Lippman utilizes the ancient medium of fused glass pigment with its interplay of opacity and transparency. The design incorporates linear elements that resonate throughout the 14 bays.