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Water Sculpture

Stainless Steel

5.5’ and 7’ High

Created for Van Ness Condominiums, Washington, D.C.

Two Elements

Located at the Van Ness Condominiums in Washington, DC, Eden is an arresting water sculpture positioned at the heart of the entrance plaza. Crafted from stainless steel, the sculpture consists of two large, curved panels that face each other. Water cascades down these panels, creating a shimmering and ever-changing surface that catches the light and the eyes of passersby.

The panels are textured, adding an important tactile dimension to the work. The water flows down these grooved surfaces, enhancing the play of light and shadow and creating a dynamic interaction between the elements. The panels' shape and position suggest a dialogue between two energies, representing the masculine and the feminine.

The concept of combining masculine and feminine elements to create a unified life force is compelling and adds depth to the visual impact of the sculpture. It suggests a balance and harmony that resonates with the fluidity of water itself, which can be seen as a metaphor for life's continuous flow and the integration of dualities into a complete whole.

Set against the backdrop of a modern apartment building, the sculpture not only serves as a striking focal point for the entrance plaza but also enhances the architectural environment, enriching the communal environment and fostering an engagement with the fundamental themes of life and unity.

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