Artist: Reven Swanson
Location: Public and Simpson (in front of Santiagos Restaurant)
Materials: Steel, enamel, with hand turning kinetics
Size: 24" x 28: x 24"
Artists Statement: Growing up in a rural Colorado setting, Reven built forts in ditches, swung on the backs of wild horses and chased lizards with her sister, Channing. Her early observations running closely with the rhythms of the natural world, made a strong impression on her creative endeavors as a sculptor. Peeping through a colorful canopy, a flicking prairie moon or mountainous horizon, the work invites us to watch, observe and play with those natural rhythms.
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