Everglades

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Inspiration for this work came from the artist taking a boat tour in the high sawgrass of the Florida Everglades.  The emotion behind the work is reduced to an elegant play between lines and arcs.  The work is organized based on the harmony and tension of opposing planes, combining symmetry and asymmetry as a means to communicate clearly and with strength.  The use of unyielding material and the austere industrial processes necessary to transform the metal, is intrinsic to

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Location

820 East 67th Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46220

Associated artists

Bernie Carreno
Bernie Carreno

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