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Water Sculpture

Water sculpture, an art form that uses water as its principal medium, traces its origins to ancient civilizations, where fountains and aquatic designs were integral to gardens and public spaces, symbolizing power, religious beliefs, and aesthetic values. 


Rubenstein is a prominent figure in the field of water sculpture and one of the few great masters of this unique genre. His work exemplifies the seamless integration of water with kinetic and environmental art, pushing the boundaries of how water can be used as a dynamic and interactive medium. Rubenstein’s sculptures often utilize advanced engineering techniques and innovative materials to create installations that respond to natural elements and viewer interaction, emphasizing the fluid and ephemeral nature of water.

Rubenstein's use of water as a medium highlights its inherent properties: fluidity, reflectivity, and its ability to transform spaces through motion and sound. His installations often feature water in constant motion, whether cascading, flowing, or gently rippling, creating a multisensory experience that engages viewers on multiple levels. By integrating water with his kinetic sculptures, Rubenstein not only enhances the visual and auditory appeal of his work but also creates an interactive environment where viewers can engage with the art in a more intimate and dynamic way.


Today, water sculpture encompasses a broad range of practices, from public fountains and environmental art to interactive installations. Rubenstein’s contributions to this art form continue to captivate by merging the elemental beauty of water with artistic expression. His innovative approach and mastery demonstrates the endless possibilities of water sculpture, underscoring the transformative potential of water in the realm of visual art.


Blairs Gateway


Dash and Refusal

Diamond Dance







L’Dor V’Dor

Morse Code


Ray of Light

Reach for the Stars


River Twist



Stealth Wing


Take a Bow

Together, We Stand


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