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Stainless Steel

13.5’H x 8’W x 3’D

Created for Jefferson at Congressional Village, Rockville, Maryland. This sculpture was awarded as a result of a National Competition.

Created for a private residence in Washington, D.C.

Commissioned for the Jefferson at Congressional Village in Rockville, Maryland, this sculpture was selected through a national competition, underscoring its distinctiveness and artistic merit. A separate piece was created for a private residence in Washington, DC, further demonstrating the adaptability and appeal of the design.

Crescendo is characterized by its large, swooping, curvilinear shapes that extend outward in a dramatic flourish, paired with circular discs that give the impression of rolling movement. This cantilevered structure challenges traditional static forms and conveys a sense of motion and vitality, reflecting the dynamic nature of its urban surroundings.

Strategically placed within a newly developed community that integrates residential and retail spaces, Crescendo serves as a symbolic representation of neighborhood renewal. Its bold and expansive forms suggest the unfolding of new possibilities and the transformative energy of urban redevelopment. The sculpture's location in a dense urban center amplifies its impact, making it a focal point that draws the community together.

It stands as a testament to the power of public art to embody and inspire urban transformation, enriching the aesthetic and cultural landscape of the area.

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