Eastwind is one of my new Garden Sculptures designed with a series of tapering leaves in Stainless Steel & Copper, on curved Stainless Steel stems.
Designed to quiver in the breeze, reflect its natural environment, and give a sense of wellbeing and comfort, both visually and physically.
The individual stems of Eastwind are intertwined in a lattice pattern and flex with the breeze so the leaves dance in the wind. All leaves are welded along the midrib, and veins, to give a natural organic look.
The largest three leaves are Stainless Steel, polished to a ‘mirror’ finish, shaped to give the effect of twisting at different angles in the breeze.
The opposing smaller leaves, add balance, and are brushed copper, with a waxed finish, to maintain the natural copper tones.
Eastwind is intended as a stand alone piece of Garden Sculpture, for either a corporate or garden setting sitting in a weighted base which can be disguised underground.
Available exclusively at Sculpture in Context exhibition running at the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin until Friday 7th October.