23 Nov Concentric Circles at Sberbank Corporate University
I recently made a return visit to Sberbank Corporate University in Moscow, Russia for a final inspection of my recent sculpture installation.
I’m especially happy with the way my Concentric Circles sculpture turned out. The sculpture was placed in a prominent location near the main entrance of the University, and it’s visible to all visitors as well as from most of the classrooms.
Concentric Circles is a fairly large sculpture at over 6-feet (2 metres) in diameter, and the base lifts the sculpture an extra foot off the ground. The sculpture is constructed of mirror-polished stainless steel, so it’s very durable and will look great with minimal maintenance practically indefinitely.
I love the way the mirror-finished Concentric Circles rotate independently of each other causing sunlight to dance off the many surfaces as it wheels it’s way through the sky. The net effect is that the sculpture appears to sparkle like an oversized diamond.
Suffice it to say, I’m very pleased with the results.
I’m now building an even larger Concentric Circles that’s 9 feet (3 metres) in diameter for an upcoming project in Crimea. I’ll post pictures as soon as it’s done, so stay tuned.
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