Water Sculpture

“Take a Bow” © 2016
Bronze (Water Sculpture)
7.5’H and 6.5’H

These slender tapered shapes create cascading and transparent sheets of water, while more water passes over all of its surfaces. A gentle breeze will cause the sheets to undulate and create unique water shapes and patterns. As the title infers, taking a bow is a show of respect for one another, which is particularly important for communities striving to live in harmony. Respect is the highest form of human interaction and this sculpture acts to both inspire and remind.

Created for Rio Washingtonian Center, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Created also for Willow Valley Communities, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Installation at Willow Valley Communities

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