Susan J. Champeny

Giant orange and magenta lily pads, each 16-20 feet in diameter, are made from recycled plastic hubcaps. These hubcap lily pads float on the surface of a shallow pond, anchored to the bottom in patterns of concentric circles. The sculpture points out how ordinary disposable objects can create an exciting new artwork.

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posted in Uncategorized // 08/24/12

Giant orange and magenta lily pads, each 16-20 feet in diameter, are made from recycled plastic hubcaps. These hubcap lily pads float on the surface of a shallow pond, anchored to the bottom in patterns of concentric circles. The sculpture points out how ordinary disposable objects can create an exciting new artwork.

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