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Sculpture in Suspension

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“Breathe” © 2010
Stainless Steel
8.5’H x 3’W x 2’D

This sculpture captures the moment when marine life releases air bubbles into the ocean, symbolizing the vast beauty and variety of life that inhabits our oceans and lakes.

This sculpture is situated within a partially enclosed public plaza surrounded by apartments and retail. The plaza has two other Rubenstein sculptures, “Reach Out” (wind kinetic sculpture) and “Ray of Light” (water sculpture), allowing the sculptor to display the three genres of his work together in a permanent setting for the first time. The plaza has a stream running along its length and its design is inspired by the courtyard at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Created for Flats 8300, Bethesda, MD

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