”Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park Pavilion is this massive mural made with just blue paint and silver paint pen. São Paulo-based artist Sandra Cinto, along with a team of two assistants and 20 local volunteers, worked tirelessly for two weeks (nine hour each day) to complete this incredible installation. Called Encontro das Águas (or Encounter of Waters), it’s entirely hand drawn.”
“a host of wonderful, earth-loving installations. Using previously felled trees, one that was wind blown and a few other natural materials found on site in addition to steel and stone, the artist creates dynamic arches that mimic what it looks like when a tree falls.” Phillipe Hardford
35+ years in the making toothpick sculpture by Scott Weaver. And it’s kinetic. Watch the video here.