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Water Sculpture

Stainless Steel

78″H x 26″W x 26″D

On loan to Strathmore Hall Art Center, North Bethesda, Maryland.

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

Originally crafted for a private residence in Washington, DC, Tower is currently on loan to the Strathmore Hall Art Center in North Bethesda, Maryland. It features a striking assembly of triangular stainless steel belts, meticulously arranged to create a dynamic vertical form. Water cascades down through these structured elements, which, despite their solid form, give the illusion of floating in mid-air.

The sculpture is designed to juxtapose the permanence of its metal structure with the ever-changing flow of water, symbolizing the interaction between unyielding forms and the fluidity of nature. This interplay highlights the concept that stability and change coexist, reflecting on how dynamic forces continually shape static environments. Tower enhances its setting by introducing a visual and auditory element of flowing water and invites contemplation on the balance between man-made structures and natural processes.

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