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Originally, Sky Waltz was part of the Sculpture in the Park temporary exhibitions. At the conclusion of its program, the Park added the piece to its permanent collection of sculptures.
The linear shapes of the piece suggest the jet engine trails that are often seen in the sky. The sculpture is also kinetic, as the top turns in the wind and passes through the stationary part of the piece. The sculpture is made of textured welded aluminum, much of which has been recycled. The round aluminum
Date created: 1998
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